FC Basel signing Liam Millar has said he had no regrets leaving Liverpool this summer.
The Canadian forward joined FC Basel for a £1.3million fee last month, bringing to an end his five-year association with the Reds.
He told NTOF: “I always believed one day I would get my chance at Liverpool – I never stopped believing.
“But the chance for me to get my opportunity was getting smaller and smaller. It was a no-brainer, with the stage I’m at in my career, to complete a move to another big club.
“I am grateful for everything Liverpool did for me but I have to be playing regular minutes at a big club. Making my Liverpool debut was important for me. I wanted to play for the first-team. Yes, it was an U23s team, but nobody cares.
“People will says that it was a youth team, but for me, I can say I played for Liverpool. That was a big thing in my career as I was the first Canadian to ever play for Liverpool. It was a big honour for me and it will live with me forever. It’s a big accomplishment.”
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