The Liverpool 'keeper was pleased with the recent performances of three of the club's teenagers.
Liverpool drew that match 1-1, with Jordan Rossiter starting the game and Cameron Brannagan and Pedro Chirivella coming off the bench, and all three players have the innate talent and the work ethic to ultimately succeed at Anfield.
Liverpool continue to produce impressive young players and manager Brendan Rodgers has shown he is not afraid to throw them in at the deep end if he feels they are ready.
With so many competitions to navigate this season, the Reds’ next generation are sure to get more chances to impress and the next opportunity should be in the Capital One Cup against Carlisle United this evening.
The three youngsters listed above should all get another taste of first-team action and Bogdan for one feels they are more than up to the task.
Speaking to liverpoolfc.com, the Reds stopper said, “Jordan Rossiter, Pedro and Cameron all did fantastically and we managed to take a point away from home, which is always a good result in Europe.
“I hope if they get the chance again they show the same hunger and quality.”
No doubt they will, because this is Liverpool, and the players will know that the only way to breakthrough and remain in the manager’s plans is to perform at your best week in, week out.