Swansea City boss Steve Cooper believes Jurgen Klopp faces a tough decision whether to give Rhian Brewster a first-team opportunity at Liverpool next season.

The 20-year-old striker is currently on loan with the Swans, and has lit up the Championship with his recent goalscoring form.

Brewster scored his ninth of the season in Wednesday’s 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest and his fifth goal in seven games since joining the Welsh club in January on loan from the Reds.

The young striker’s form has seen Liverpool fans to get excited over his potential inclusion in the first-team under Klopp next season.

Cooper reckons that Klopp will face a difficult decision over whether to keep Brewster at the club next term, or send him out on another loan spell.

“I think it is a question for Jurgen and Liverpool,” Cooper is quoted saying in The Mirror.

“We are very happy with him here and he is very happy to be here. It is working nicely, most importantly for Swansea City Football Club.

“After that it is up to him where he goes. With these young players it's about when you give them their opportunity and we have.”

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So far this season, Klopp has handed first-team opportunities to the likes of Harvey Elliott, Neco Williams and Curtis Jones.

Klopp recently praised Brewster's progress at Swansea, admitting that he will discuss what's next for the forward this summer