Former Chelsea star, Joe Cole says Liverpool duo, Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones have ‘stepped up’ after the Reds’ Europa League 4-0 win over LASK on Thursday.
According to Cole, Elliott and Jones are improving after Jurgen Klopp’s side got rid of a number of big names in the summer.
Recall that the likes of Fabinho, Jordan Henderson and James Milner were among the big players to depart Liverpool.
In their absence, Cole believes that Elliott and Jones are having great influence in the Liverpool team.
Speaking on TNT Sports, Cole said: “What Jurgen Klopp seems to do is buy players when they are on the way up.
“He’s not looking at players who are ready and you know what they are going to give.
“Darwin Nunez came in, that could have been seen as a bit of a gamble. He seems to buy players with the right attitude.
“Mohamed Salah is clearly the main man, the icon, the front man in everything they do on and off the pitch.
“But the rest of the team just works so hard. Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones, they are improving.
“I don’t think people see the influence they are having on this team. People in and around them do, but not from the outside.”
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