Neco Williams signs new long-term contract with Liverpool FC

Neco Williams has signed a new long contract with top English Club Liverpool FC on Monday. He signed a deal while doing pre session training for Reds in Austria to commit his future to the champions.

He was elated to join the prime club.

It feels amazing. At the minute for me, I think there is no better place to learn and to become a better player than being here and working with the lads. I think we’ve got some of the best players in the world and we’re one of the best teams in the world”. said Willliams. 

For me personally, especially learning off Trent and Robbo every day, getting their advice, seeing what they say, it’s only going to make me a better player and I feel it”.

“I take it day by day and I am maturing in my game, I am developing as a player and, like I said, I don’t think there is a better place for me to work and keep going at it than here.” He added.

The defender made his first time debut for the Liverpool during Carbao Cup when he was playing against Aresenal at Anfileld on October 30 as after that he went on to play 10 more matches for the Reds in which six matches were won by Liverpool.

He joined Liverpool Academy at Under-9 Level and learned the nuances of football from there and was instrumental for the club in receiving victory for the reds in FIFA club World Club. He was also given a medal due to his individual brilliance on the field during that tournament.

 “Last season was my breakout season, but I think the more games I play now, the more I train, I feel I am becoming a better player. ” he added. 

I feel I am developing a lot and, like I said before, learning off Trent and Robbo and getting their advice has helped me massively. In training I am learning from what they are doing, they are giving me advice on what to do attacking-wise and defensively.”

“I am learning massively – there is no better place to be at the moment.

His Premier League debut followed on 24 June 2020, shortly after campaign resumed following a three-month long suspension caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, when he featured as a 74th-minute substitute in a 4–0 win over Crystal Palace.