Liverpool’s Harvey Elliott pledges to improve and deliver more as he becomes his own harshest critic

Liverpool had a bittersweet Carabao Cup victory at home against West Ham in the quarter-finals to secure their record 19th League Cup semi-final.

Harvey Elliott, the 20-year-old midfielder, was one of the standout players during the first half of the 5-1 win. Although Elliott had a few shots and found good positions on the pitch, he failed to score as the goals came from Curtis Jones (two), Dominik Szoboszlai, Cody Gakpo, and Mohamed Salah. This win means the club will now face Fulham in the semi-finals.

Although Elliott expressed disappointment in his performance, he aims to use this as motivation to improve. Acknowledging his slow start to the season, Elliott desires to contribute more to the team by providing regular goals and assists.

Despite the criticism, Elliott remains focused. He credits his family, particularly his dad, for instilling the habit of being his own harshest critic. He aims to reflect on his performance and make sure he becomes a better player in future games.

Liverpool’s attention now shifts to the Premier League where they will face Arsenal this weekend. Elliott expressed that, while starting is important, his focus is on making the most of any opportunities that come his way. With players like Mohamed Salah set to return, Elliott is aware of the competition for a spot in the starting lineup.

As Liverpool gears up for a crucial Premier League match against Arsenal, Elliott emphasizes that the team needs to take it game by game and not focus too much on individual performances. With their sights set on the Premier League title, Elliott aims to win every game and secure maximum points.

Harvey Elliott’s attitude and determination make him a valuable asset to Liverpool as they aim to compete at the highest level. As the season progresses, it is clear that Elliott’s desire to improve and contribute more will play a crucial role in the team’s success.


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