Liverpool fans have fallen head over heels for Dominik Szoboszlai, evidenced by the fact the midfielder was shown his own banner on the Kop during Sunday's win over West Ham.
The 22-year-old was brought to the club in July when Jorg Schmadtke and Anfield chiefs snuck in to activate a £60m release clause just before it expired. The excitement exploded on Merseyside while the good reviews and well wishes flowed in from Germany.
After seven appearances in all competitions for Liverpool, it is clear to see why Szoboszlai came with such positive energy.
He scored his first goal at Anfield three minutes into the match against Aston Villa, sweetly hitting a Trent Alexander-Arnold corner into the net. He was even denied an assist as Curtis Jones crept offside before heading in his deft cross on Sunday.
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Though it is much more than goals that has left supporters in deep adoration in such a short window of time. Ranking 18th for the most passes completed in the Premier League with a completion rate of 85.9 percent, he has aided an engine room revamp that looks much more composed and controlling than the players who have now departed.
Adding to that the fact he sits fourth on the table for shot creation actions out of all top-flight players and 14th for ball recoveries, he has helped Jurgen Klopp's midfield rediscover its intensity and attacking verve (all stats via Fbref.com).
And so, as well as becoming the club's top shirt seller so far this season, the No.8 was able to watch on as a flag with the colours of his home nation's flag was presented on the Kop at full-time after the 3-1Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk