Sheyi Ojo has reflected on his loan spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers, suggesting it prepared him “mentally” for a career at Liverpool.
After progressing through the MK Dons academy, Ojo spent four years in the youth ranks on Merseyside until his first-team promotion in 2015.
However, the teenager immediately went on a brief loan spell with Wigan Athletic, partway through the season.
In the summer of 2015, the former England youth international joined Wolves on a season-long deal, albeit one which was cut short last January, as Jurgen Klopp sought to reinforce his Liverpool squad.
“I played just under 20 games and it was a great experience for me, I learned a lot of things, [like] different ways teams play and things I can add to my game. I think that’s helped me for the future.
“More so mentally, [learning] all the different things you have to understand as a young player coming through. I think that has helped me since I’ve been back at Liverpool.”