Keep errors to a minimum.
Push and eventually overtake Mignolet as No.1.
Be ready for anything.
Maintain his high level of consistency.
Always keep calm and composed.
Strike up an understanding with the other central defenders and goalkeeper.
Simplify his game, especially when it comes to passing.
Lend his experience and knowhow to the back four.
Return to full match fitness and establish himself in the cup ties.
Learn how to defend properly.
Maintain consistent displays, regardless of position.
Further fine-tune the tactical side of his game.
Understudy Can, and the other midfielders, while improving his passing game.
Add much-needed physicality and finishing ability to Klopp’s midfield.
Get back to his 2013/14 form.
Settle into English football as quickly as possible.
Add more goals/assists, whether in attacking or central midfield.
Utilise his pace to great effect and bring his goalscoring record from St. Mary’s to Anfield.
Continue learning and pushing for a spot in the match day squad.
Get closer to fulfilling his world-class potential by adding more goals to his game.
Push on from his first year in England and surpass his previous goal tally.
Push on from the second half of last campaign and become Klopp’s premier striker.
Provide energy – and goals – even if it’s mostly off the bench.
Agree with this list?