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The BBC Sport pundit is impressed with Andy Robertson's impact at Liverpool FC so far this season
Garth Crooks has heaped praise on Scotland international Andy Robertson for his impact at Liverpool FC.
The Reds signed the left-back in an £8m deal from relegated Hull City in the 2017 summer transfer window.
Robertson was signed to improve Jurgen Klopp’s options in what has been a problem position for the Reds.
Liverpool FC midfielder James Milner was used at left-back throughout the 2016-17 season given Alberto Moreno’s struggles.
Remarkably, the Spanish defender started as Klopp’s first-choice left-back this term despite Robertson’s addition.
However, Moreno’s injury setback presented Robertson with a chance to make the position his own over the past few months.
Robertson has made two assists in 15 appearances in the Premier League this season to win over the Liverpool FC fans.
Former Spurs forward Crooks lavished praise on Robertson for his impressive start to his Liverpool FC career.
“He’s started 13 out of Liverpool’s past 14 league games, which speaks volumes for the lad,” Crooks told BBC Sport.
“The quality of his crosses against West Ham would have drained the blood out of vampires.”
Liverpool FC have one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals following a 5-0 win at FC Porto in the first leg of their last-16 clash.
The Reds are looking to win Europe’s premier club competition for the first time since 2005.