Andre Wisdom hoping to secure Liverpool future with Norwich City
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Andre Wisdom is determined to prove he is worthy of a Liverpool future during his season-long loan with the Canaries.
Wisdom has made only a handful of first team appearances at Anfield having spent the last two seasons on loan at Derby and West Brom.
However, Wisdom is highly regarded by Reds boss Brendan Rodgers, who rewarded the England Under 21 star with a new four-year contract in the summer.
The 22-year-old, who was an unused substitute for Norwich City in their opening day defeat to Crystal Palace, is determined to use his season at Carrow Road to prove he has a long-term future at Liverpool.
'I am still young and I am still learning,' he said. 'But the Premier League is very tough so these loans can only help to make me a better player.
'Whatever happens I still see my future as being at Liverpool.
'But you have to prove yourself at this level and hopefully I can do that here (with Norwich).'
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With the likes of Martin Skrtel, Dejan Lovren, Mamadou Sakho, Tiago Ilori and Nathaniel Clyne all ahead of Wisdom in the pecking order it was clear he would have to temporarily fly the Anfield nest to get regular first team football.
'I made my Premier League debut for Liverpool at Norwich so I was happy to come here on loan and hopefully achieve some success,' Wisdom told the Daily Star.
'I have also had loan spells at Derby and West Brom because I know that going out on loan is a big part of the game now.'