The Liverpool starlet left Anfield the day the domestic transfer deadline expired to join Tony Mowbray’s team at Ewood Park for a year round loan.
Harvey Elliott outlined his plan to help Blackburn Rovers return to the Premier League this season.
Harvey Elliott, the young Liverpool native Harvey Elliott, joined the Blackburn Rovers this summer for a full season loan.
said Elliott: “I can’t wait to get started and I want to thank the Rovers for giving me the opportunity to come here and show everyone what I can do.
Jurgen Klopp has high hopes for the talented 17-year-old and will be closely monitoring his progress in the championship this season.
“I was excited when I heard about the interest. I wanted to see what the club was all about, so I watched a few games and researched everything about the club and the squad to see the competition in my position.
“It’s a really good club and I’m really looking forward to getting started with the team. It’s been a hectic few days where I didn’t know what I was going to do, but I’m really happy to be here.
“I’m really looking forward to meeting the guys and working with the gaffer and the staff.
“The team got off to a great start and we hope we can achieve the final goal by moving up to the Premier League,” Elliott told Blackburn’s official website.
Blackburn currently occupies ninth place in the championship after five games, but will try to push this term forward.
“The playing style is very similar to the one I’m used to. It is a team that presses well, plays from behind and allows the players to play really freely.
“I am creative and want to do my best for the team and the governor.
“I’m excited and I hope I can fit in well here. My top priority is to work hard for the team. I think every player needs this work and desire for the team.
“Rovers is my club, I have to work hard and I will do everything I can to help us get back into the Premier League”.