Liverpool youngster Sergi Canos is looking forward to returning to the club following his loan spell at Brentford, having now had a taste of life under manager Jurgen Klopp. The 18-year-old returned to the club's Melwood training base along with several loan players for three days during the international break to meet and briefly work with the German, and is now hopeful of impressing the new Reds coach.
Canos is currently on loan at Griffin Park until the start of January and has made 10 appearances for the Championship club this term. The former Barcelona youngster has never made a senior appearance for the Merseyside club but having working with Klopp feels he can become the latest youth player to be given a first team chance.
"I'm enjoying it a lot," he told Liverpool's official website. "To get the chance to play at Championship level is unbelievable and I also get the opportunity to train with men, and it's good for me because they like to play football that suits my game.
"I've been there for three months now and I feel like a new player, which is really good for me. It feels amazing because I have met the new manager and saw how he works and how he feels about the game, so it was amazing to work with him for three days. This club is amazing because Liverpool gives opportunities for all the young players."
Klopp gave debuts to Connor Randall, Joao Teixeira and Cameron Brannagan in the Capital One Cup win over AFC Bournemouth in a clear indication that he wants to dip into the youth ranks he has inherited at Liverpool. The 48-year-old supplemented his squad at Borussia Dortmund with young players and led the club to successive Bundesliga titles and the 2013 Champions League finals.