Oxlade-Chamberlain is Liverpool's Player of the Month
There were a few candidates for the Standard Chartered Player of the Month for October, with Sadio Mane, Fabinho, Andy Robertson all having a great month.
But ultimately, the clubs' monthly award has been presented to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, which should give the England international another welcome boost.
Oxlade-Chamberlain made just three appearances throughout the month but played a key role in each of those games.
He came off the bench at Old Trafford, and had a bit impact in turning that game around, before starting against Genk and scoring two goals in that match.
He then started against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup match recently, assisting the first goal (albeit, an own-goal), before scoring later in the match.
The award is well-deserved for a player well on the road to a comeback and will serve to further re-establish his place in the first team.