Robertson revels in the Liverpool Champions League race
Andrew Robertson was relegated to Hull City last season and the Liverpool man had trouble believing he was in the Champions League final.
Liverpool left-back Andrew Robertson delighted in his team's surprising run to the Champions League final.
The Scottish international reached Anfield for £ 8 million last year, leaving Hull City after the club was relegated from the Premier League.
Robertson, 24, was stunned by Real Madrid after Jurgen Klopp's men beat Roma 7-6 in total in their semi-final despite a 4-2 defeat on Wednesday.
"Sometimes when you play at Queen & # 39; s Park, Dundee United and even Hull, you never think you're going to play in a Champions League final," he said.
"Little when you come to a club like this, they have won it five times, they have competed in it many times, they come here to try to win trophies and that is what we will try to do.
" This season is the Liga de Champions and us. "Take one step closer."
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Liverpool was pushed into the Stadio Olimpico after a final reinforcement Radja Nainggolan, but they managed to hold on.
Robertson spoke of relief after the Premier League giants reached an eighth final in the competition and the first since 2007.  "It's just relief really," he said.
"On hearing the final whistle, ironically, we're in the Champions League final, and I think some of the guys maybe took a little while [to let it sink in] and there were some in the I'm on the floor, some hugging and it's just adrenaline that helps you.
"It was just an incredible feeling and a feeling when the draw was made that we wanted at the end of two ties. "