Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed that Liverpool's upcoming fixture schedule gives him an opportunity to achieve one more thing.
Liverpool are set to host Newcastle United at the weekend and the former will be playing seven matches in 21 days before the international break in October.
Oxlade-Chamberlain has made five appearances for his club this season and was also part of the England squad that secured a victory of Bulgaria in the Euro 2020 qualifiers.
“I feel like I can really perform at a good level at the minute,” Oxlade-Chamberlain told Premier League Productions.
“The one thing I haven’t done is string matches together. I haven’t had that chance yet so that’s sort of the next step for me, to play and recover and be able to play and play again all in the same week and keep going from strength to strength.
"That’s the one thing I haven’t really ticked off, but I feel like I’m in a position to do that.
“I feel good, I feel strong, I’ve been training since the back end of last season and playing so I’m not short of those technical things you get with playing a lot.
“So it’ll be more the physical [aspect]: being able to play and keep playing because to play at the level is one thing but to churn three of them a week at this level is what the body has to get used to.
“That’s the next thing, but where I’m at right now I feel confident to be able to get out there and do what I do.”
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