The midfielder will make his first start for Liverpool since a £35million transfer from Arsenal within the membership’s Carabao Cup third-round tie at Leicester this night.
Oxlade-Chamberlain’s growth stalled at Arsenal and he grew to become down a brand new contract to paintings below Klopp within the trust it may additional his building at the pitch.
Klopp is assured the 24-year-old made the appropriate name to sign up for Liverpool and believes the participant’s occupation can now transfer on an upward trajectory.
“Probably when Alex was 18 or 19 people thought he would be ‘the man’, as people think a lot of times pretty early,” stated Klopp. “And in an instant you place a rucksack on their again. That makes building no longer simple.
“A brand new start may be very regularly a type of aid. You are in a scenario together with your previous membership – and I don’t say this about Alex particularly – and also you settle for it and it’s tough to make your next step.
“It made whole sense for Alex to exchange membership and to come right here. He’s at a great age and continues to be in a position to make large steps.”
Leicester have despatched a identical message to one in all their very own avid gamers, with supervisor Craig Shakespeare telling winger Demarai Gray to replica Cristiano Ronaldo.
“He needs to be playing regularly,” stated Shakespeare.
“We know what his strengths are, one-versus-ones and dribbling however he has labored at the defensive facet of the sport and he’s relatively prepared to do this.
“People do recover with age. They do this on account of their figuring out of the sport and Demarai’s no other.
“With a run of video games and revel in, that can come. Remember Cristiano Ronaldo. When he first got here to England, folks used to criticise him for a similar issues.
“If the opposition put two defenders towards you and also you’re making an attempt to beat them at all times, then you have got to in finding every other answer.
“That’s what soccer is all about, discovering the appropriate answer for that given second.”