Lazar Markovic did not exactly hit the ground running at Liverpool last season but to be fair he was played out of position by former head coach Brendan Rogers.

Markovic does however, believe he has improved since joining Fenerbahce on-loan and that his new manager Vitor Pereira has helped him develop over the last few months.

“Vitor wanted me to build upon what I learned in Portugal and England. I feel I am improving with each game and putting in a lot of hard work for the team,” Markovic said in an interview with the Fenerbahce Magazine.

The 21-year-old has established himself as a first team regular under the stewardship of Pereira and has also passed his goal and assist tally of last season scoring twice and setting up three goals despite a lengthy injury.

Markovic has featured in the Yellow Canaries last seven league games and started in the last five – all of which have ended in victories for the leaders.

Fenerbahce are currently first in the league and competing in both the Turkish Cup and Europa League.

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