Thiago Alcantara to find his best form in his second season with Liverpool.
The 30-year old midfielder was a marquee signing for Liverpool last season but he only managed 20 Premier League appearances for the Merseyside club.
His knee injury in October ruled him out of action for nearly two months.
Thiago seems to take time to adapt to the Premier League and his lack of playing at club-level has resulted in him not playing a starting role for his nation.
Former Reds midfielder Paul Ince believes the fans will see a much superior Thiago next season.
Ince told Paddy Power: “Liverpool will see a better Thiago next season, he’s a world-class player. He was very good in the Champions League games, showing his experience and quality, and knows how to control games.
“It’s difficult when you come from teams like Bayern Munich, where you beat teams by three or four goals weekly and you’ve got infinite time on the ball – it’s different in England.
“The Premier League is high octane, more intense, and the opposition will stop him playing. He has not adjusted to the pace of the game yet. We know about his passing quality, and towards the end of the season you could see him adjusting.
“I know this from my experience of moving from the Premier League to Serie A. It was a completely different pace of football. It takes a while to get used to that pace and adjust.”