Blackburn Rovers manager Tony Mowbray believes Liverpool teenager Harvey Elliott will be back better than ever following his horror injury against Leeds United.
Elliott was on loan at Blackburn last season, and has been a Liverpool starter for most of their Premier League games so far this term.
However, his season is cut short due to a horror ankle injury sustained after a freak coming together with Leeds defender Pascal Struijk.
“We’re all disappointed for Harvey, of course,” said Mowbray, per Lancashire Live.
“He’s started the season really well at Liverpool starting in their first team and making a big impact.
“It’s just really frustrating and disappointing. You’re hoping that he goes on and fulfils his potential and enjoys a great season, cementing himself as a regular at Liverpool football club, international football and beyond.
“It looked a bad injury. It’s for Liverpool, Harvey and his family to see how long his rehabilitation is and hopefully he comes back strong and continues.”