Oxlade-Chamberlain: I am not too happy with my performance to be honest


The Liverpool midfielder believe he has not been at his best since return from injury

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Despite putting in some eye-catching performances this season, with three goals in his last two appearances, the former Arsenal man admitted he is yet to return to full steam.

Chambo has made three Premier League appearances so far this season and has also played against Arsenal and MK Dons in the Carabao Cup, along with the 4-1 victory over Genk in the Champions League.

"Quality-wise, I am not too happy with my performance to be honest," said the midfielder.

"I wasn't great on the ball and not near my own personal level of where I want to be. I put in a good shift and run a lot.

"I watch the boys of a weekend and I know what it is about here. You have got to be at a really high physical level to go and put in a performance like that.

Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has explained that he's kept Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain out of his Liverpool starting XI because he is still finding his rhythm.

"He has scored, nice, both at Genk, a real stunner on Wednesday, a lot of outstanding moments, but other moments he is not involved.

"We always have to try to reach perfection. He still needs rhythm but that is no problem. He is a long-term project.

"It is good a player thinks he is not at his best. He could think he is because he scored some goals. Quite some space for improvement. That is good.

"Best shape ever before injury? He was exceptional."

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