Liverpool striker Danny Ings has thanked the fans for the reception he got at West Brom when he came on for the last 25 minutes.
The former Burnley man has missed the last seven months of the season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament back in October but he made his return in the last match of the season.
Ings was delighted to get back on the field, even if it was just for the final 25 minutes, and he is looking forward to trying to force his way in on a regular basis next season, he also said the fans made it a very special occasion.
“It’s hard to put into words how much this afternoon meant to me, but it’s important to say thank you to the people who made it so special and made it happen,” he told the official club website.
“The supporters were unreal, absolutely out of this world. I didn’t expect them to sing my name after I’ve been out for that long, but it made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up and made me realise just why this place is what it is.
“Getting back on the pitch at West Brom was brilliant, but it’s only the start. I know I’m going to have to keep working harder and harder each day to remain in contention at this great club. It’s something I’m really looking forward to.”