Liverpool youngster Harvey Elliott is keen to grasp the opportunities that are falling his way after making a mark in the first-team this season.

The 18-year-old, who joined from Fulham in 2019 and then spent last season on loan at Blackburn Rovers in the Championship, has been involved in all three of the Reds' Premier League fixtures so far this season.

Saturday's 1-1 draw against Chelsea at Anfield was the biggest occasion for the teenager thus far, who repaid manager Jurgen Klopp's faith in him with a promising performance.

"I just take every opportunity in my stride," Elliott told the club website.

"Obviously 10 minutes against Norwich, then my first start against Burnley, so (I'm) just taking it bit by bit, just grateful for all the opportunities I've been given.

"I'm just thankful for the coaching staff and for the team for believing in me and giving me these opportunities.

"When you're on the pitch you've just got to focus, you've just got to give it 100% and you focus on the excitement after.

"It's every boy's dream to play in front of this crowd at Anfield and to put on this red strip. I just want to give 100% to the club, I just want to play for the club and just run my socks off until I can't run any more, to be honest."

There was an air of frustration for Liverpool on Saturday evening as they failed to turn their man advantage following Reece James' red card as well as increased second-half pressure into a second-half winner against Chelsea.

"It just wasn't our day," Elliott added.

"We tried what we could, gave it 100% and unfortunately we came away with the draw.

"I think the mood in the changing room is a bit down because obviously we wanted to come away with the win against 10 men.

"Chelsea obviously are a top-class side, they fought until the very end and were hard to break down, so you've got to give them credit.

"It wasn't really our day. We'll reflect and go again against Leeds."