Oxlade-Chamberlain excited about new Liverpool contract.

Updated: Aug 23, 2019

Reds midfield ace has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool.

England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has signed a new long term contract at Liverpool.

Oxlade-Chamberlain, who recently returned to full fitness following a serious knee injury he suffered during the 2018 Champions League semi-final clash against Roma, said he is ‘really, really excited’ he has put pen to paper on a new deal at Anfield. 

"I'm really, really excited – it's been in the pipeline for a little while, so it's nice to finally get it done and just extend my time here, which I am really looking forward to,” Chamberlain told Liverpool's official website.

"I feel like I missed out on a year, which I obviously did, so it's really exciting for me to be able to sign. It's something that I feel is an opportunity to give that year back and make up for lost time – and hopefully put in some good performances to make amends for not being around last year."

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He continued: "I can promise the supporters that I'll give them absolutely everything moving forward," he added, having been an unused substitute in June's Champions League final win over Tottenham.

"There might be times where I have bad games and good games and moments where it's not so good, but I'll always work through those moments and give my everything to correct them and keep pushing this team forward.

"I hope that I can do some special things like I did before I got injured and, most of all, be a part of this group of players that go on to hopefully win more things.

"I'm really excited to see what the future holds for us all and I look forward to seeing them every game moving forward."

The 26-year-old joined Jurgen Klopp's Reds from Arsenal in August 2017 and has registered 47 appearances in all competitions, scoring five goals.

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