Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed which players have been helping Luis Diaz adapt to life in England.
The Colombian joined Liverpool during the January transfer window from FC Porto and has since slotted seamlessly into the Reds’ attack.
His latest outing came on Saturday vs Brighton in the day’s early kick-off.
Following the game, Jurgen Klopp revealed Thiago and Roberto Firmino have taken the youngster under their wing, whilst Diaz also speaks to Harvey Elliott a lot: 'He's a very good player.'
'And we don't have groups in our team but we have a few who speak Spanish and Portuguese, experienced players like Thiago, Bobby, and that helps. He's under their wing. He's a really nice kid. Harvey and Luis speak a lot together.'
Luis Diaz on target
As mentioned above, Diaz is adapting to the English game well and had another superb showing vs Brighton.
It would be the former Porto man who opened the scoring on the day, heading in a Joel Matip long-ball:
Mohamed Salah then killed the game off from the penalty spot to hand Liverpool a 2-0 win and move them to within three points of Manchester City once again.