The Poland Under-21 international is currently on loan at Danish top flight club AGF and has made 32 appearances across all competitions for them so far.


Grabara is set to return to Liverpool soon and will be hopeful that the experience gained in  Denmark will stand him in good stead for his future at Anfield.



Though he is yet to make his senior debut for the Reds, the goalkeeper is highly ambitious and has set his eyes on winning the Champions League.


Grabara also expressed his desire to become the best goalkeeper in the world and is confident that he has the ability to do so, but is prepared to accept his fate if things do not go his way.



[My ambition is] just to win the Champions League and become the best goalkeeper in the world“, Grabara told Danish television channel Canal 9.


There is always one who is the best and I think I have the abilities to achieve it so I believe in myself.



And if I do not succeed, then it’s just life.


But at least I have had a goal and gave it a try.


If he cannot establish himself as the best goalkeeper in the world, Grabara intends to make a significant amount of money from his career as a football player before retiring.


“[If I cannot achieve my dream] then I will go for the money”, Grabara added.


I want to earn as much as possible and from there I want to retire.


With Grabara set to return to Liverpool soon, it remains to be seen if the Pole has a place in the Merseyside-based club’s plans for next season.