Conor Bradley reveals how Liverpool fans gave him 'most special moment' of his life

Conor Bradley says Liverpool fans gave him the 'most special moment' of his life. The defender has won the Reds' Player of the Month.

Liverpool announced on Wednesday that Conor Bradley has won the club's Standard Chartered Player of the Month award for January. It comes in the month of his Premier League debut and after a series of performances that left people shocked.

Bradley had never played at the top level before but slotted into the side as Trent Alexander-Arnold was out. It was an incredible run - five assists and a goal in his first month.

His performance against Chelsea was extraordinary as Bradley assisted two and scored his first goal for the Reds in a Man of the Match display. It was one that confirmed his status as an effective Premier League player - no going back from here.

The Standard Chartered Player of the Month award is voted for by fans and Bradley was sure to thank them on receiving the award. He also mentioned how the fans gave him 'the most special moment' of his life last month.

"Obviously it’s been a good month for me, it’s been a good couple of games and yeah, I’m just very happy to win it," he told LFCTV. "As I say, it’s a privilege.

“It means a bit more [being voted for by the fans]. Obviously from the Chelsea game, hearing my name get sung out was probably the most special moment of my life, to be honest, because I have supported the club all my life.

“But yeah, it coming from the supporters as well, I can’t thank them enough for the support they have given me.”

Bradley is now back with the squad after compassionate leave and with Trent Alexander-Arnold ruled out for the next few weeks, he's in line to start the Carabao Cup final this month. That'll be the biggest game of his career, if he does get the nod - another chance to make a career-changing display.

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