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Oxlade-Chamberlain: Liverpool's faith meant the world to me.

Oxlade-Chamberlain: The agreement was a symbol of Liverpool’s ‘trust and faith’ in me.

The midfielder put pen to paper on a fresh deal with the club in August 2019. [Getty]
The midfielder put pen to paper on a fresh deal with the club in August 2019. [Getty]

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has lauded Liverpool for the faith they showed in him by handing him a new deal shortly after he recovered from a serious knee injury last year. The former Arsenal midfielder put pen to paper on a deal that will see him remain on Merseyside up until 2023. He told the club’s official website: “It was another big moment for me. It was really exciting for me, obviously coming off the back of an injury; we were talking for a while if that was the thing we were going to do and coming to an agreement on that meant a lot to me.

More: Liverpool's Origi is not interested in leaving Anfield. “To be at a club that supported me all the way through an injury like that, which for some it can be career-ruining or career-ending, to commit to an extension and a contract, probably at a time where maybe it was a bit of a risk or they had to put a lot of trust and faith in me as an athlete and a person, because after an injury like that no-one really knows how you’re going to come back, for the club to do that meant the absolute world to me. “I felt very privileged and honoured to extend my time with an amazing football club and an amazing team. Definitely one of my favourite moments of the season.” More: Kylian Mbappe wrong fit for Liverpool.

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