MATHEW RYAN has praised his coach Ben Roberts – as he gets the lowdown on Liverpool.

Ryan is targeting three points against the Anfield outfit after back-to-back stellar showings against Manchester United and Crystal Palace.

Now the Albion goalkeeper has revealed how Roberts has helped him up his game since his summer switch from Valencia.

Ryan told The Argus: “I feel in that zone at the minute “I’m really enjoying my football. I’m really enjoying working with Ben and with Tim (Krul) and Niki (Maenpaa). We have got a great relationship.

“I really enjoy the style Ben brings in his way of coaching and how thorough it is in terms of what we are going to be facing.”

Former Albion keeper Roberts will turn the spotlight on how Liverpool will attack as the countdown to Saturday’s sell-out at the Amex continues.

Ryan said: “The two days going into a game, he starts to turn the attention on what you are facing and their attacking traits.

“That preparation and adaptability mean I feel in good shape come matchday. If I have a good picture of what we are going to face it only helps come matchday.”

Ryan was reported to be of interest to then Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers almost three years ago but has had to wait for his Premier League chance.

Team-mate Glenn Murray said: “I think coming to England, a lot of people questioned him, didn’t know him. I think people are getting to know him now and they like what they see.”