Following his £35 million move to Liverpool in August, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain spoke to LFCTV as part of their ‘Getting to Know…’ series.
Oxlade-Chamberlain made the switch from Arsenal at the end of the summer transfer window, and has made an impressive impact on Merseyside.
And with Klopp backing him to become a “really important player” for Liverpool, he looks set for a bright future at Anfield.
Oxlade-Chamberlain discussed his early football memories, his heroes off the pitch and his favourite English words, joking: “Boss, lad!”
“[I want to] become the best player I can be, and get to where I hope to be able to get to, and think I can get to,” he said.
“To win as much as possible, to play for England as much as possible and to win with England.
Oxlade-Chamberlain also revealed his most embarrassing moment in football, recalling a case of “mistaken identity” when he avoided a red card for Arsenal in 2014.
Kieran Gibbs was sent off despite Oxlade-Chamberlain handling the ball on the line, with referee Andre Marriner later forced to apologise for his error.