"It's an fantastic place to play, it was stable, you build relationships, but I felt I had to do it for football reasons to try and better myself".
In spite of six seasons of adapting to Arsenal, a brilliant relationship with Arsene Wenger and a professional work ethic, perhaps Oxlade-Chamberlain simply needed a change of scenery and style of football to improve.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, who made it 2-0 with a long-range strike beyond City goalkeeper Ederson, admitted the home support was "unbelievable" - and not just during the game.
When asked about the 24-year-old, Klopp delivered a brilliant answer on why Oxlade-Chamberlain has found a new lease of life after six years at Arsenal and a hard start at Liverpool.
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City's manager and players were dismissive of the effect of the Anfield atmosphere on their performance but that was contradicted by the England worldwide, who admitted he knew from experience with Arsenal how it can have a major influence.
The Reds' No.21 has gone from strength to strength in recent months and, whilst being deemed inconsistent by some, impressed once again during the midweek 3-0 Champions League victory over Manchester City.
"The fans play a massive part".
Oxlade-Chamberlain believes their set up under Klopp makes them contenders to go all the way to the final in Kiev. Slowly it is starting to pay off and it helps me to create moments like that. "This was one of those nights where, had I not scored, I would have been disappointed in myself but ultimately if the team wins, especially in a game like that, I am obviously happy".
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"Alex I would say has probably done slightly better out of the two". "The further you go the better the teams you play against and you don't get many opportunities so you have to be clinical". "I've been working on that, on trying to do it more often".
"We definitely have qualities that are suited to this competition", he said.
"Going forward they are always a threat on the break and that is good for us because there will be times when we don't see a lot of the ball and when we can break that is when we can hurt teams".
"The loyalty I had for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger meant I could do it the right way".
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