Lallana has been one of the more regular players under Jurgen Klopp.
Lallana has been one of the players that manager Jurgen Klopp has consistently called upon this season. In the past few months his form has taken a turn for the better as he scored the winner in a thrilling encounter against Norwich City, found the net against Sunderland and put in a man of the match performance in a recent win against Manchester City - as well having an impact off the bench in the League Cup final a few days earlier.
He told the official Liverpool website: "I feel that I've played well in games this season and maybe not had as much of an involvement in terms of goals or creating goals. All that matters to me is the team getting the win, regardless if I'm contributing to the goals. It was nice to score [against City] and anybody will tell you it's nice to get on the scoresheet in big games but as long as the team wins and I feel like I've contributed to that, then I'm happy with that."
Klopp seems to have been impressed with him given that Lallana has featured in nearly every game under the German when he has been available for selection.
"If he's saying that then that's his opinion and it's something good. It is a good idea for players to play the way he wants us to play, it's a good match. I like playing on the front foot and being aggressive pressing players, it's exciting taking the game to other teams and it is hard work and I'm all for that."
Given Lallana has admitted he likes the style implemented by Klopp since his arrival, it's of little surprise that he is being called upon quite a lot, as the 27-year-old seems to carry out the instructions provided consistently, especially off the ball.
There is still a want from the fans for Lallana to improve his goalscoring return for the club, but it does feel that he has become a little more valuable to the team since Klopp's arrival.