Liverpool starlet Tyler Morton has opened up on the conversations he’s had with Jurgen Klopp in recent weeks.

The talented 18-year-old made his full debut in the Reds’ win over Preston North End in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday night.

It was his second first-team appearance for Liverpool, following on from his cameo appearance as a substitute in the previous round against Norwich City.

Morton was among a host of young players who have progressed through the club’s academy to reach the first team.

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Speaking after his impressive performance at Deepdale, Morton explained what Klopp has been saying to him and the other youngsters as they make the jump to the big time.

“He praises us a lot,” Morton told Liverpoolfc.com .

“He wants the best out of us and you can see he is the best manager in the world in the way he puts out young teams and still gets results.”

Morton is not just satisfied with making his first start, he will have dreams of being a key player for Liverpool going forward.

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The teenager went on to say why he thinks Klopp is the world’s best manager, and why he’s determined to impress the boss.

“It's all about making impressions on the manager,” said Morton.

“The manager gives us opportunities [and] he is one of the best managers in the world, especially for giving opportunities.

“He's given the likes of me, Neco [Williams], Owen [Beck], Harvey Blair, Conor [Bradley], Elijah [Dixon-Bonner], Kaide [Gordon], he has given us opportunities and that's what we need.

“We're going to do our best to impress.”