Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp rained praise on striker Diogo Jota.
The Portuguese striker came into the team and put in a stellar performance against his former club.
He struck the only goal as the Reds defeated his former club Wolves 1-0 at Molineux on Monday night.
When asked about Jota being fit, Klopp told reporters, per the club website: “Diogo is just a class football player but we don’t, we cannot take it for granted that a boy who’s been out for three months – or maybe even a little bit longer – is coming back and has an immediate impact again.
“That’s pretty rare, to be honest, but he has since he’s back. That is really helpful and tonight makes it even more special that he could score that goal, which was a nice goal and good play, passing situation from us. And the perfect moment to score the goal, to be honest, like a second before the half-time whistle.
“So that was really good but the rest of the game was obviously a lot of defending and I’m completely fine with that because that’s exactly what we wanted to do and that’s exactly what I wanted to see – that we show 100 per cent that we understand the situation right.”