Robertson: Committing to Liverpool was a 'no-brainer'.

Robertson new deal ties him to the Reds until the summer of 2024.

Andy Robertson and John Stones battle for the ball. [Getty Images]

Andrew Robertson expressed his delight at signing a long-term contract extension with Premier League table-toppers Liverpool.

The 24-year-old joined the Reds from Hull City in the summer of 2017 and has become a regular in Jurgen Klopp’s team.

Robertson follows the likes of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Jordan Henderson, Sadio Mane and Joe Gomez in signing new deals at Anfield in the past year, and the Scotland international says he is keen to bring success to the Merseyside club.

Speaking to after signing his new deal, he said: “As soon as the club came to me, it was a no-brainer for me – I want to stay here, so as soon as they put an offer on the table it was signed as quickly as that.

“It was a pretty easy contract for me and I’m sure for the club as well. We both agreed very quickly, that’s why it’s been done so quickly.

Andy Robertson's new deal. [Image Source:]

“Getting to know the lads and working with all the staff at Melwood has been a pleasure. The best thing about work is when you love coming in every day – and that’s what I do here. I am glad I have extended my stay and hopefully we have a lot of good days ahead.”

The full-back continued: “I hope to achieve success as a team over the course of this new deal.

“This club demands trophies and too long has probably passed without trophies.

“So I hope to help bring another couple of trophies to this club and help push in that direction because the fans demand it and the club demands it, so that’s what we aim to give.

“We came close, of course we have with the Champions League and things like that, but it’s about taking that next step and hopefully getting a winner’s medal around your neck, whatever competition it is. That is the main aim for us.”

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