Liverpool star Jordan Henderson has declared that the season begins now, and he thinks that the rest of his side are ready to move forward after ending a run that saw them not win for four matches in the league, as reported by the Daily Star.
The England international was given the man of the match award after his excellent display against West Brom.
His performance in that match was capped off by a fantastic goal that sealed the win for the Anfield club.
It also confirmed the reason behind Brendan Rodgers’s exceptional belief in the former Sunderland man, who has recently been appointed Liverpool’s vice captain.
In fact, Henderson’s leadership qualities were on display in the last minutes of the game, when he shouted at Steven Gerrard for not keeping the ball in the corner.
It symbolises a stunning turnaround in Henderson’s career, with Rodgers having been willing to sell him to Fulham shortly after his arrival.
The player is expecting the season to improve from here, and said: “It was an improved performance.
“I think we can be better but the three points we gained against West Brom was vital.
“The performance against Everton was good last week and we didn’t get three points, so this was all about the win.”