Liverpool left-back Adam Lewis says the English Premier League club ‘were all over it’ when it came to picking Livingston as his next loan club.

The youngster spent time on loan at Amiens in France last season alongside a spell with Plymouth Argyle. Liverpool have sent the highly-rated left-back to Livingston for the season and he made his Scottish Premiership debut against Rangers on Saturday. David Martindale’s side lost 3-0 at Ibrox.

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Lewis says the loan move away from Liverpool was something he was easily sold on (Sky): “I loved the idea from the start. I spoke to the manager and he gave me a good impression.

“That’s all I needed. Liverpool were all over it. It was a good opportunity to come and play some games.

“I like the idea of being at a smaller team like Livingston. People might think we are the underdogs going into every game but I don’t see it that way. I’ve been around the players and they are hungry for success. The main thing is to try and get more points last year.”

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