Andy Robertson believes Liverpool's comeback victory at Wolves underlines the importance of the bench this season - as he admitted Jarell Quansah wasn't given much help on his full debut.
The Reds extended their unbeaten Premier League run to 16 games when a much-improved second-half performance earned a 3-1 triumph at Molineux on Saturday afternoon.
Luis Diaz was brought on at half-time with Darwin Nunez and Harvey Elliott joining the winger shortly afterwards to help transform Jurgen Klopp's side and move them on to 13 points from five games this season.
And Robertson, who was captain on his 200th Premier League appearance for Liverpool and scored the key second goal, reckons the strength in depth among the substitutes will be pivotal to any success this campaign.
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"The subs made a massive difference and we are going to need a full squad this season, we are going to need them to contribute and all the subs who came on did a pretty good job of that," said the left-back.
"Everything just seemed a wee bit quicker, a wee bit better done, moving the ball quicker and not many mistakes, and that’s what slowly but surely got us back in the game.
"We scored a great goal to get us back into it, 1-1, and then obviously we kept trying to push, we kept trying to be patient, didn’t try to force it and we knew our chance would come... probably not many thought it would fall to me! But delighted to be able to take it and get our noses in front.
"Look, I think all in all the result was probably fair, I think we deserved the three points for what we did in the second half but we can’tRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk