The England international scored a goal as Liverpool won 5-0 against Swansea Cityon Tuesday, but he was not happy with his performance.
Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admitted he felt really disappointed with the way he played regardless of the goal he scored against the Swans.
The former Arsenal player scored the last goal of the game in front of the KOP, but noted he expects more of himself and will not rest until he gets where he wants to be.
Speaking to Sky Sports after the final whistle of the game, Chamberlain stated: “We got the three points but personally I was quite disappointed with myself today.
“I’m happy I managed to get the goal in the end but I just tried to work hard through the 90 minutes and when the chance came at the end I was happy to put that away. It made it a bit better.Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers relishing Liverpool return Andrew Smyth – Brendan Rodgers is relishing Leicester City’s trip to his old club Liverpool, whom he described as a “privilege” to work for during his three-year stint.
“I just want more from myself and there were a few moments where I could have done better with my end product.”
The 24-year-old knows that good chances do not come often in the English top-flight and criticised his wastefulness, insisting he should have done better at certain situations.
“We train every day and when you get into certain situations you work hard to get into those positions and in this league they don’t come too often. There are a few times today when I could have done better.
“But 5-0 for the boys, I’m really happy with that. I just want to keep pushing myself.”