NIR BITTON has paid tribute to Brendan Rodgers after his 31st appearance of the season in the 2-0 win over Motherwell yesterday.
The Israeli international midfielder said: “The boss has worked with some of the best players in the world and he almost won the league with Liverpool.
“He is a big name, a big coach, and there is a lot we can learn from him.
“On top of that, he is a very honest man. He will tell you to your face what he is thinking about you and what you need to improve.
“Everyone gets a chance, and no-one in the squad can say they have never got a chance.
“He respects everyone and he tells you what you need to do and, as long as you do that, then you will get a chance.
“What is said between me and the gaffer, I will keep to myself.
“Basically, the gaffer likes high-tempo, attacking football and he has been trying to improve these kinds of things in me.