The midfield duo possess a lot of talent. There is a reason why Elliott and Jones are in and around Jurgen Klopp's first-team.
However, both players are yet to establish themselves in the German's starting XI.
To be fair, Elliott and Jones are up against the likes of Fabinho, Jordan Henderson and Thiago Alcantara for a place in Klopp's midfield. They are all Champions League winners, so it is not an easy team to break into.
But, Jenas believes that we will see more of Elliott and Jones this season.
"But it freshens their team up and they don’t have anything to worry about squad-wise.
"I can see Liverpool’s younger players like Harvey Elliott and Curtis Jones contributing a lot more this season, and they have got the best defence in the league."
📺 Jurgen Klopp injury update on Alisson, Jones and Keita:
Still little symptoms and no COVID, but he’s still not right.” 🔴 pic.twitter.com/DdYofElLgc
Anfield Watch Verdict
Jenas probably makes a fair point. Elliott and Jones are gradually improving. So, it is only natural that we will see more of them over time.
The Englishman missed a total of 30 Liverpool games last season. Providing Elliott stays fit, we will definitely see quite a bit of him in the upcoming campaign.
Squad rotation is required to challenge on all fronts.