– Return with everything to win and nothing to lose

– Return with everything to win and nothing to lose

Fabio Carvalho's form for Hull since joining on loan from Liverpool in January means the club have everything to fight for with one league round to play in the Championship. Before the final round of the series, the 'Tigers' were two points behind West Brom in the battle for the final play-off place. With a win, they have the chance to extend the season by a few weeks, and keep alive the dream of reaching the promotion final at Wembley.

For Carvalho, his stay in the Championship has been an improvement after getting a bit of game time with RB Leipzig in the autumn, and with Liverpool last season. The achievements mean he enters the season with Liverpool with renewed confidence – and with a fresh start under the management of Arne Slott.

“I see it as a new beginning for me and for players like Tyler,” he says, referring to Tyler Morton, who spent the entire season on loan at Hull.

We just have to seize the opportunities that come with both hands. Tyler and I spoke over the summer, especially after the news of Jurgen's departure. We talked about what could change at the club, and in the end it's a new beginning. “We will come back with everything to win and nothing to lose,” says Carvalho. Liverpool Echo.

It will break through in red

A number of clubs have been reported to be interested in the 21-year-old who came from Fulham to Liverpool two years ago, but most of all he wants to break through with the Reds.

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The goal is to play in the first team and the starting lineup. But now I'm focused on Hull and promotion. Then we'll see what the pre-season brings, and then I'll have to make a decision about the future after that.

Carvalho is not very interested in following up on who Klopp's successor will be until everything is confirmed.

– He says that the fans will support the coach regardless of who comes, and the club management will certainly make the right decision.

-I've heard some rumours, but I'm mostly focused on myself and the work I have to do. “I try to stay away from social media, because it adds nothing to my life,” says Carvalho, who scored nine goals and provided two assists in 19 appearances for Hull in the spring season.

I will talk to Klopp

News of Klopp's departure came two weeks after Carvalho joined Hull. It was Morton who made Carvalho realize Klopp should resign, and the Portuguese Englishman says he reacted in the same way as most others.

The 21-year-old says he has not spoken to Klopp in recent months, but will do so when the season is over.

“He had a lot on the table, so we could postpone it until after the season,” says Carvalho, who adds that he tried to let his Reds teammates focus on sports.

But he followed what Liverpool did this season, and allowed himself to be impressed when the Reds won the League Cup.

– Seeing all the academy players who were on the pitch when Virgil scored the winning goal and the way they celebrated together is what football is all about. It shows the work done by the players and coaches, as well as the senior players who looked after them in the same way they did to me last season.

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Carvalho admits he toyed with the idea that it could have been him playing in the final if he had not been on loan.

– But now I'm playing at Hull, and that's what matters. There have been ups and downs so far at Liverpool, and a steep learning curve. We have players I can learn from, good facilities and good coaches. I look forward to the future. It hasn't been perfect yet, but it can only get better.

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