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05/12/2018 - 17:08 BST

He’s Made Incredible Steps – Virgil van Dijk Hails Liverpool Team-mate


Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk believes Andrew Robertson can captain the Reds someday if he keeps improving at the club.

Robertson has become an indispensable part of Liverpool's defence under Jurgen Klopp and the left-back was named as the Scotland captain in September following a string of 
impressive performances for both club and country. 

After a slow start to his Liverpool career, the 24-year old has excelled and adapted well to Klopp’s system.

Robertson’s work ethic on the pitch has seen him become a crowd favourite at Anfield and Van Dijk believes the Scot is not far away from captaining Liverpool.

"If he keeps improving he will [captain Liverpool]", Van Dijk told BBC Scotland.

"He's already a leader. You don't need an armband to be a leader for this team.

"He's doing very well, he's made incredible steps in his career and he just needs to keep doing what he's doing."

Robertson is in impressive form and has been nominated for the Player of the Month award for November.

Liverpool will next take on struggling Burnley tonight in the Premier League and will hope to close the gap at the top to two points after Manchester City’s win on Tuesday.