​Liverpool youngster Sergi Canos has said that he would be happy to return to Brentford on loan next season if Jurgen Klopp believes he still needs more first-team action on loan to develop his game. 

The teenage winger scored seven goals in the Championship this season, starting 18 games and coming off the bench in a further 20 - and admitted that he hopes to force his way into the first-team at Liverpool at some point. 

He told ​getwestlondon: “I want to be in Klopp's plans for the future. Let's see what happens. I'd be happy to come back (to Brentford) if Liverpool think I need a loan move. Let's see what happens. I don't know what plans Klopp has for me or what Liverpool want for me. I hope Liverpool are happy for me."

Speaking about moving from Barcelona to Liverpool as a 16-year-old in 2013, he said: “It was very hard. My first year in Liverpool was very hard for me and my family but I don't change anything.

“It's been difficult. It's not easy to come to a new country with a new language and culture and with your family. I was 16 when I came. If I came now, I'm 19 and more mature. I was 16 and didn't know what life means. My family love living in Liverpool.”

Klopp ​talked about his plans for the youngster, saying: “The most early plan is that he will be in training today because he is back. He's been learning more about English football and it's possible he'll be available on Sunday. It's unbelievable, it's great. We'll see how he feels. He did really good at Brentford. He scored in the last game."

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