Our young midfielder spoke to the press with the Reds taking on Derby County at Pride Park in the Emirates FA Cup third round on Sunday 8 January.
ON BOLTON RESULT
"It's been a great run, we've lost one in the last seven. Obviously, with one less man, you can't start changing everything you do, questioning yourselves and stuff - it's going to happen. It was a difficult game and we move on."
ON RETURN FROM INJURY
"Yeah, it's been good. Obviously, it was difficult on Monday. You can't feel sorry for yourself, you've got to keep your head down and keep working hard. That's all you can do.
"I'm yet to play 90, but I think I've played 45, 30 and then 60 the other day. I feel like I'm quite fit. I want to push on and play more. I'm trying this season not to think 'me, me, me' and wonder why I'm not playing constantly. I just want to be for the team and not the ideas of the team this season. I just want to be a part of it and make it happen."
ON WORKING UNDER MICHAEL DUFF
"Everyone just comes in and get your head down. There's no slackers, no people left behind. We're all just doing the best we can and cracking on. That brings us together and makes us a tight-knit group out on the pitch.
"He loves his football. He's always watching other teams and identifying in his free time. He'll come in with new ideas. The main thing is just listening to him really and taking on board what he says."
ON DERBY COUNTY
"It will obviously be a competitive game, a tough game. But, one we will thrive on. We want to show that we can do it against the big teams.
"Anything can happen in the FA Cup. I think that's the intriguing thing about it, anybody can beat anybody. Hopefully we do get through."