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The Wales global was influential in Huddersfield's promotion campaign having spent last season on loan but the closest he has got to any action so far this term was watching the 4-0 win over Arsenal from the bench in his only selection in a match-day squad.
"But I'm really happy to have him here, and I hope he is also happy to be here".
However, the England global has been given the time to adjust to his new surroundings and Klopp's methods and will make his first start at Leicester in the Carabao Cup.
"Of course it is always better - and next year it will be like this - if a new player comes in for the [start of] the season at least, if not for the pre-season".
Speaking a year ago, Arsene Wenger addressed Oxlade-Chamberlain's slow progress at the Emirates Stadium, proffering that "maybe he doesn't completely believe in himself as to how good he can be".
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The striker has made just 70 appearances for the Reds - many of them as a substitute - and scored 25 goals - since penning his new contract in 2014 and has often clashed with Klopp over his fitness.
"You are in a situation with your old club - and I don't say this about Alex specifically - and you accept it and it is hard to make the next step. That's all, it's all good from this side in the moment".
"Arsenal changed a lot since Arsene is there".
"You are in a situation with your old club-I don't say for Alex especially, but in general it's like this-you're in a specific position and you accept it on some point". That says a lot about you.
"It's a judgment from outside that you don't develop", the German said.
"For instance Marko Grujic made a big step in his development but no-one can see it yet".