Liverpool full-back Andrew Robertson has been praised by BBC Sport pundit Micah Richards for how he can “absolutely do everything”.
The Reds ace has been nothing short of sensational since making the move to Anfield from Hull four years ago for a reported £8million.
The 26-year-old’s pace, energy, crossing ability, workrate and professionalism have seen him develop into one of the best left-backs in the world.
To date, Robertson has made 168 competitive appearances for Liverpool, registering five goals and 35 assists.
His efforts have helped Liverpool win the Premier League, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup.
Robertson made the Match of the Day Top 10 list of the best Premier League bargains of all time, and Richards couldn’t sing his praises highly enough.
“He was a great buy,” Richards, who named Robertson at number 10 in his list, told BBC Sport.
“I remember watching him in the 2016 Championship play-off final for Hull and you could tell he was going to be a top player.
“I always look at full-backs and whether they can defend or attack, and he can do both.
“He can press and read the game well – he can absolutely do everything. I still wouldn’t take him over Trent Alexander-Arnold though.”