Goalkeeper Alisson revealed how part of the Liverpool family felt as a result of the club’s efforts to help him adjust to Merseyside.
The Brazilian national player has enjoyed two excellent seasons under Jurgen Klopp since arriving from Rome in July 2018.
After lifting the Champions League at the end of his first appearance with the club, he helped Liverpool end their 30-year wait this season, but injuries saw him make just 29 appearances this season.
The 27-year-old came in with a high value but proved himself as a worthwhile purchase for the new EPL champion.
“For now, it means a lot to me,” he said.
“The highest success in football I have ever received with a club, through clubs, individuals and teammates. It means a lot to myself and my family.
“The club serves you as part of the family and provides the support you need to play football, giving focus while playing football.
— Liverpool FC (Premier League Champions 🏆) (@LFC) July 28, 2020
Alisson’s main objective is to ensure that the ball does not pass his goal, he funds his duties for Liverpool and also assists in league competitions.