Alexis Mac Allister has admitted he still struggles to understand Liverpool team-mates Trent Alexander-Arnold and Curtis Jones.
The Argentinian is enjoying his first months as Red, following his move from Brighton & Hove Albion in June. Like his fellow midfield early summer signing, Dominik Szoboszlai, Mac Allister has enjoyed a positive start to life on Merseyside - despite being shown a red card in his home debut against AFC Bournemouth, which was overturned.
Mac Allister has enjoyed a successful 12 months in which he played key roles in helping Argentina end their 36-year wait for World Cup success, and sending the Seagulls into Europe for the first time, after securing Europa League qualification.
Already in just five Premier League games, he has made a strong claim to be a first-team regular under Jurgen Klopp. The 24-year-old has showcased his versatility by providing capable displays in midfield and also, a deeper role within the engine room.
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Mac Allister has settled into the squad but will to continue settling into his new surroundings on Merseyside in the coming months. And in Liverpool, it is the accent that he admits is something he hasn't quite got to grips with yet.
"No (not picked up any Scouse slang) still no," Mac Allister revealed.
"I think I need to improve my Scouser (sic) sometimes I cannot even under Trent (Alexander-Arnold) or Curtis (Jones) but I will get there, I will get there!"
Speaking in the latest episode of GOAL's Box to Box YouTube series, the midfielder added: "(Playing for Liverpool) It's a dream come true. It's what you dream about when you're aRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk