Liverpool youngster, Ben Woodburn is looking forward to making his mark in the Anfield first team in future.
He has come out to say he actually looks up to Bayern star, Serge Gnabry as an inspiration.
Serge is hot right now after netting four goals for Bayern Munich in their amazing 7-2 victory vs Spurs on October 1, however, he had to fight his way to becoming a first-teamer after failing as an Arsenal player.
Wooburn has said he would like to follow Gnabry’s path to success, knowing the road will not be easy.
His words, “I feel like I have had so much experience and yet I am still only young and learning. Watching someone like Serge Gnabry develop is a big help,” the Wales international, who celebrates his 20th birthday on Tuesday, told the Daily Mail.
“I saw his four goals for Bayern Munich against Tottenham in the Champions League. When he was 20, he couldn’t get a game on loan at West Brom.
“He has shown you can push through if you keep working hard and hopefully I can do something like he’s done.”
“I think my eyes are always going to be set on playing at Liverpool. That is my main goal, that is who I grew up supporting and have been for years,
“Harry Wilson did well at Derby last season and is on loan at Bournemouth now, he’s a couple of years older than me.
“A lot of managers look at who is trustworthy, who has games under their belt and that’s what I am aiming for with Oxford this season. If I am back in the Liverpool squad, I have to show everyone I am ready.”
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