​Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has expressed his gratitude towards Brazil legend Cafu for the praises that he showered on the Reds defender a few days ago. The former Brazil star claimed that the youngster has the potential to be a Ballon d’Or winner in the future while also stating that he sees a bit of himself in the right-back.


Meanwhile, when asked about Cafu’s praise for him, Alexander-Arnold stated that he was thankful for his words.


"Obviously massive praise from a legend of the game. It's something that I'm really thankful for and obviously I have to give thanks to him for them words," he told a news conference, as per Goal.


He then went on to state that he tries the best that he possibly can but added that his teammates also play a significant role in getting the best out of him.


"I try to be the best player I can be. I think it's obviously a team game, so it's about the players I have around me. The players I have in training, the manager, the support I have all around me that enables me to be as good as I can be.”


Finally, he finished off by stating that he isn’t fazed about the Ballon d’Or claims made on him.


"Accolades may or may not come in the future, it doesn't really faze me as much as maybe it does other players."