Trent Alexander-Arnold admits he never wants to leave Liverpool and says he is focussed on becoming a ‘legend’ at the club in the coming years.
The Liverpool academy graduate has established himself as one of the finest young talents in world football since being handed his opportunity by Jurgen Klopp, winning a host of honours over the past year including the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup.
The 21-year-old has developed a reputation as arguably the best attacking full-back in world football at present, and the West Derby-born player is keen to continue his development at his boyhood side in the coming years.
Alexander-Arnold insists he has no desire to leave Anfield, admitting his ambitions are to earn legendary status on Merseyside, continue to win major silverware and eventually become club captain.
“I’ve always wanted to be a club legend. Winning titles, playing as many matches as possible, winning matches, becoming captain,” Alexander-Arnold told Swedish newspaper Sportbladet.
“Of course, I can’t become a legend if I leave Liverpool to play elsewhere. So, my focus is there and on making the club as successful as possible.”