Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be the first to admit he is not a complete footballer and has a lot to learn.
He got plenty of flak from Arsenal fans when he quit the club in August to sign with Liverpool, but right now it looks like the best thing he ever did.
Arsenal have not improved on last season, if anything they have gone backwards.
The Gunners are continuously surrounded by negativity and manager Arsene Wenger does not appear to have a solution to take them forward.
The 3-0 Carabao Cup Final loss to Manchester City was an embarrassing result for Arsenal, and the performance was worse.
It highlighted how the players look lost, are devoid of passion, and the justified outrage from their own fanbase has only added to the sour mood surrounding the club.
Meanwhile at Liverpool, the future is bright even after cashing in on Philippe Coutinho.
Jurgen Klopp has built a side which are entertaining to watch and can demolish teams in a blink of an eye, just like how Arsenal used to.
Oxlade-Chamberlain is still a bit part player at Anfield as he was at Arsenal, but he is developing and showing improvement, rather than stagnating or even regressing at The Emirates.
He has a chance now to be part of one of the most exciting teams in Europe who are now pretty much guaranteed a spot in the Champions League quarter-finals.
Arsenal are doing little to convince Oxlade-Chamberlain he made a mistake.