Trent Alexander-Arnold describes feeling in Liverpool camp after Jurgen Klopp contract extension

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Trent Alexander-Arnold says it is “business as usual” at Liverpool after Jurgen Klopp signed a two-year contract extension last week.

Widely expected to leave in 2024, Klopp extended his stay until the summer of 2026 on Thursday and will outlast even the great Bob Paisley should he see that deal out in full.

Having restored Liverpool to the top of the English and European game already during his tenure, Klopp could see his side win an unprecedented quadruple this season, a feat that would surely rival anything in the club game.

With Pep Guardiola’s future at Manchester City beyond 2023 uncertain and Liverpool’s recent transfer business padding out an already successful squad with developing talents, there is every chance the success under Klopp could continue.

Alexander-Arnold, however, has insisted the squad are not focusing too much on the future.

“Hopefully those extra two years [of Klopp] are as successful,” he said during his pre-match conference.

“It’s an increase in success every year with him. This has been special so far. We can make it something special. Hopefully we’ve got 4 more years of that to come.

“It wasn’t like it was a big party when he heard. It’s hard for news to sink in when games come thick and fast.

“We’ll know when we sit down that it is good news but as a set of lads, we’re focused. He hasn’t spoken about it. Business as usual.”

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