Pep Lijnders has urged Ben Doak to continue listening to his more experienced Liverpool colleagues ahead of a potential start against Leicester on Wednesday.
The 17-year-old winger signed a new deal with the Reds last week and was rewarded for his progress with a start in the Europa League against LASK in what turned out to be a 3-1 win for Jurgen Klopp's side in Austria.
Doak could also feature against the Championship leaders in the third round of the League Cup on Wednesday evening at Anfield for what would be just his eighth senior appearance and Lijnders has been enthused by the progress of the teenager since he has been with the first-team set-up.
"He's young, so a lot of things can happen but I had the privilege of growing up in Holland, so we had the culture of Johan Cruyff. We always said the most special players we have and the way we want to play was this idea of wingers on the outside, who can create, can really use this one-v-one, who can disorganise the opposition with speed," Lijnders said.
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"In the past it was players like Marc Overmars, Arjen Robben, this type of player. So we have this culture of wingers. If you get a young winger from Scotland at the age of 17 like Ben and he has this capacity to create and reach the final line with individual skill and movement, it is nice to see.
"The good thing with Ben is, in my opinion, he comes into a squad with so much senior authority - and he is not this type of guy - but he won't ever make a sidestep, the boys will immediately tell him, you already hear constantly like Robertson [shouts] 'decision!'
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