Xherdan Shaqiri is yet to be given his first start at Liverpool since joining from Stoke City in the summer.
The Switzerland international, who is valued at £16.2m by Transfermarkt, was never expected to be handed a spot in the starting XI instantly.
So far, Shaqiri has featured in two of the Reds’ four Premier League fixtures and both appearances were off the substitutes bench.
During pre-season, the 26-year-old impressed plenty of Liverpool supporters, and his status within the fanbase strengthened after his performances for Switzerland over the past week.
Against Iceland in a Nations League match on Saturday, Shaqiri played a pivotal part for Switzerland as he scored in the 6-0 thumping and pulled the strings in the number 10 role.
That position is one that the attacker played in plenty of times last season, but he is predominantly situated as a right winger.
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