Which player likes to joke around the most in the dressing room?
"That's a good question. Pepe Reina is probably the biggest joker, there's always a bit of a laugh whenever he's about. He's a great character to have in the dressing room."
How did you feel when you were dubbed 'the Welsh Xavi'?
"Xavi is a player I admire so it was very flattering, but I've got a bit of work to do to get up to his standards."
What has been the most enjoyable experience at LFC so far?
"The whole package - being part of a club like this is an incredible feeling. With the welcome I had when I signed here, I was very privileged and humbled. Working here every day and having the chance to play at Anfield alongside the likes of Gerrard and players like that is very inspiring."
How did you feel when you heard fans singing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' the first time you played here?
"That's one of the best moments in my football career; my home debut in front of fans at Anfield singing that famous song put goose bumps on me. It was a great feeling and a great occasion for me."
What message do you have for the fans in Indonesia?
"All the players can't wait to get out there - we know how many fans are out there waiting to have the chance to see us play. So we're really excited and we're looking forward to the tour."
What is your reaction when you hear that there are tens of millions of Liverpool fans in Indonesia?
"I knew there was big support but when I heard that, it takes your breath away. That level of support is special and that's what Liverpool Football Club is all about. It's great that we have the chance to play out there for the first time. We hope the fans are able to come out in their numbers to see us."
How much do you know about Indonesia?
"I can't say I know too much, I've never even travelled to Asia. So I'm as excited as anyone to have that chance. I can't wait to get out there and meet the supporters."
Which current Liverpool player do you admire most, and why?
"I think it has to be Steven Gerrard. Having the chance to play alongside someone like him is inspiring; the level of talent and ability, but also professionalism he brings is first-class and that's why he's one of the best players in the world."
Which Liverpool legend do you admire most?
"That's a tough question. Dalglish is someone that I remember my dad was a big fan of so I grew up with the stories of him and him as a player. Obviously a lot of the players have had the chance to work under him as a manager, which I heard is a great feeling as well."
How would you describe Steven Gerrard on and off the pitch?
"When I first signed here, he made a great effort to make me feel welcome and settle in - that says all about him as a person. He wants to help a lot of the younger players especially; we can all learn so much from him. Off the pitch, he's a great influence. He's our leader, he's our captain. When you see him play and you're playing alongside him, it helps to lift you that extra little bit."
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