I’m satisfied with my season at Liverpool…Ryan Gravenberch reviews his first season at Liverpool

I'm satisfied with my season at Liverpool...Ryan Gravenberch reviews his first season at Liverpool Career

Tall midfielder Ryan Gravenberch was a mainstay of the team during his time at Ajax, despite being a teenager, but failed to make the next step up the ladder.

At Bayern Munich, he struggled for playing time and spent many days warming the bench.Seeking playing time, the 22-year-old midfielder decided to move to Liverpool in the transfer market last summer.

At Anfield, he scored four goals and assisted two in 38 games this season. Although he was not an unquestionable starter, it was a season in which he gained experience in England.

The Dutch midfielder, who hopes to perform well enough to be in regular contention next season, said he was happy with his first season at Liverpool, looking back on the season and saying he had achieved his original goal of getting more playing time.

“That’s why I’m satisfied with my season at Liverpool (lack of game time at Bayern). I wanted to make more minutes and I succeeded.”

“I have played good matches, but also lesser ones. No, I’m not as tired as I am after a season where you’ve played everything. I haven’t played everything. Can that freshness be an advantage? Well, I’m ready if you ask me. Anyway, first let’s be part of the final selection.”

“A top club, I hope to play here for years to come,”

“And soon a Dutch trainer with Arne Slot. No, I’ve never spoken to him. Not even during my time as an Ajax player. But he is a trainer who likes attacking football. That should suit me, you would think. We will see.”

Under Jurgen Klopp’s regime, there was still room for improvement, as the team struggled at times with the timing of their pressing and the speed of the game, which is unique to England.Under new manager Arne Slot, further improvement is required.

Will the Dutch midfielder be able to make his mark and become a legend at Liverpool in the future?