By FOX SPORTS Staff
Henderson joined Liverpool from Sunderland in 2011 but has since struggled to establish himself at Anfield, and many have written off the 22-year-old as as a failed signing.
However, Henderson's recent improved performances have seen manager Brendan Rodgers grant him an extended run in the first team; the England international has already made 38 appearances for the club this season, scoring four goals in the process.
Henderson credits the club for developing him as a player and expressed his determination to continue featuring for the first team now that he has turned the corner in his Liverpool career.
"I've improved a lot since I came to the club, which is one of the main reasons I joined," Henderson was quoted as saying by the official Liverpool website.
"I knew it would help me improve as a player and I think I've improved as a person as well on and off the pitch.
"I've just got to keep doing that and keep working hard on the training pitch and off it.
"Hopefully I can keep improving and keep getting more game time.
"I tend to go into games and approach them all the same.
"The main thing is that the team win at the end of the day, even if you don't play well but the team wins, that is the most important thing.
"But, yes, there have been games when I've thought I'd played well and was improving all the time. I just need to carry on doing it."
Liverpool will take on cellar dwellers Reading in their next Premier League fixture.