The teenager missed a chunk of his team’s action earlier in the season with injury and could only make a comeback in February.


He has since been involved in several competitions with the latest of those being in the EFL Cup final against Chelsea, a match Liverpool won 11-10 on penalties.



Elliott is thankful to Liverpool for handling his return well, not hurrying him back, which he feels will be beneficial in the future.


For now, Elliott is just happy to be back and getting the opportunity to play in front of the Liverpool fans.



“It’s been good. Some performances haven’t been up to my standards yet but I always knew it would take time to get back into the swing of things”, Elliott said in an interview with his club’s official site.


“Liverpool have managed me and not rushed me back in, which in the long run is going to do me a lot of favours.



“I’m just so happy to be back.


“I’ve missed the feeling of walking out to Liverpool fans cheering and putting the red kit on.


“It was a long five months but to be back now, it’s all in the past and I feel stronger, I feel better.


“I’m excited to see what comes next.”


Elliott will be keen to kick on over the course of the season as Liverpool remain alive in three competitions in the shape of the FA Cup, the Premier League and the Champions League.