The English midfielder has found it difficult to play consistently this season, but he remains happy at Anfield.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is unable to explain why he has been so often neglected by Liverpool recently, but he remains happy at Anfield even though his future is in doubt.
The Englishman has had a string of injuries since moving to Merseyside from Arsenal in 2017.
He has made 103 appearances for the Reds so far, has won the Champions League and Premier League titles, but so far has only managed to play 16 games with rumors saying the 27-year-old could leave this summer.
What did he say?
“I feel very good at the moment, but I do not know the reasons why I had so few opportunities to appear,” Oxlade-Chamberlain told LFC TV after scoring his first goal in a 3-0 win over Burnley last night.
“Sometimes this is part of football, it’s not what you would like.”
“I hit myself, trying to push myself and ask questions, but sometimes it does not go the way you want.”
“The key is to focus. I am absolutely happy to be part of this team and play for this club and that is what I want to do.”