Simon Mignolet has claimed he had a “positive discussion” with Brendan Rodgers and discussed that how he can prove on his return to the Liverpool team.
The Belgian goalkeeper was dropped for the first time in his Anfield career for the 3-0 defeat to Manchester United and in result he spent three games out of the side before he came on as a substitute for Brad Jones in the 1-0 win over Burnley on Boxing Day.
And unless Jones recovers from a thigh injury, Mignolet will come back into the starting 11 for Monday’s home match against Swansea.
The former Sunderland goalkeeper, Mignolet said that:
“I do not have to prove anything. The only thing I can do is work hard and do my best and show what I am capable of on the pitch.”
He said he had a positive discussion with gaffer, Brendon Rodgers in which cleared up few things like going out of the team.
“I will not discuss what we spoke about but it was an honest meeting, why not? It is always a positive thing. Sometimes you have to make something positive from a negative thing like going out of the team, which I have tried to do” said Mignolet.