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Trent Alexander-Arnold was outstanding again as an inverted full-back, he might have found his new permanent position

Trent Alexander-Arnold was outstanding again as an inverted full-back, he might have found his new permanent position

The Liverpool full-back was again in excellent form in his new position, as Jurgen Klopp's side earned a win over West Ham United.

Trent Alexander-Arnold proved once again that he's born to do his new role of 'inverted wing-back,' as he put in a brilliant performance in Liverpool's win over West Ham United.

No one at Liverpool has particularly covered themselves in glory this season, with Jurgen Klopp's side somewhat succumbing to the manager's 'seven year curse.'

It has been a huge drop off in form for the team, considering they were two games away from winning a quadruple last season, and they will end the season with no trophies.

Klopp is already making plans for next season, following the revelation they won't be signing Jude Bellingham, with Kalvin Phillips reportedly on their list of potential signings.

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Alexander-Arnold has been one of the most heavily criticised of the Reds' players this season, with the full-back being blamed for many of the high profile goals they've conceded.

He may not have been at his best for much of the campaign, but he hasn't been helped by those ahead of him, in midfield and in the attack.

Now though he's started turning things around, with his role having changed, that now sees him come inside to play in a more central midfield role when the team have the ball.

It's certainly worked to an impressive effect, and the compilation of his performance in the win over West Ham, on Wednesday night, shows just how good he is in the role.

The manager certainly was impressed with his player, "The stuff Trent [Alexander-Arnold] played – wow," Klopp told BT Sport after the game.

"It was absolutely insane."

On the game itself, the German added, "Maybe the boys have found their feet back, and I liked the football we played.

"The first half was the best we have played in ages, it was convincing, it was us and we played football.

"We've had games this season where people have not recognised us and today we showed it is still in us and I'm pleased with that."

Last season's Premier League runners-up are now up to sixth place in the league, and could still qualify for next season's Champions League with a bit of luck.

They certainly got it against the Hammers, having come back from a goal down, when Thiago somehow got away with a handball in the box late in the game.

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