I want to keep winning trophies…Harvey Elliott, a 20-year-old midfielder, confesses his “motivation” at Liverpool

I want to keep winning trophies...Harvey Elliott, a 20-year-old midfielder, confesses his "motivation" at Liverpool Career

He made his professional debut at the tender age of 15 while at Fulham, and in the summer of 2019 he decided to move to Liverpool, a club he had supported since childhood.

Immediately after joining the club, he started on the bench and experienced many games up close and personal, and in the 2020/21 season, he made a rapid progression with a loan move to Blackburn.

The following season he was converted to inside half. This season, he has also become more proficient in midfield and has created many chances from midfield. He has also been able to play many games without being forced to leave the field due to a string of injuries.

He is a young midfielder, only 20 years old, and sometimes plays as a right winger, although it is easy to misunderstand him because he has already established himself in the first team.

A new story will begin next season under a new coach, and the former Fulham midfielder, who is also a key player in the England U-21 national team, expressed his eagerness to absorb everything he can to further develop.

“I want to keep winning trophies with this team,”

“Both individually and collectively we are never content with what we have, we always want more. I have a hunger for greatness. I hope the dedication, desire and motivation to do the small things well, will take me a long way in my career. Call it greedy, but I want to achieve more and experience everything this game has to offer, especially when it comes to trophies with this club.”

“We will all do everything we can to try and be successful in every competition. That hunger motivates me to go that little bit harder, to keep pushing myself to the limit. As a team, we have that connection where we all want the same thing and now more than ever, we’re creating history and we must maintain that. We have unbelievable players in the dressing room who lead by example, so I try to learn from them; I watch what they do when I’m off the pitch and I want to apply that in my day-to-day life.”

“I want to be a better person; one that my brother and sister can look up to and draw inspiration from. I want them to go out and achieve things in life and at the end of the day, that’s my job; it’s all down to me.”


His attacking behavior is among the best in England, and if he learns to press at the right time and be strong on the ball, he has the potential to reach world-class players like Alexis Mac Allister and Thiago Alcantara.

And there is still time for him to make his mark on Liverpool’s history. Can Harvey Elliott turn into a rare midfielder who can lead his team to a title, on par with the likes of Steven Gerrard?

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