"It's an wonderful 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".
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.
Jurgen Klopp has stated that the reason for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's massive improvement following his move from Arsenal to Liverpool is because he has been given the chance to play in a completely new team with a different style.
The England worldwide found the net for the second time against City this season at Anfield, having also scored from distance in Liverpool's 4-3 Premier League triumph back in January.
"Hendo [Jordan Henderson] was warning me about that before, he said "wait until you see it tonight" and I kind of knew what he meant but until you're out there and you see what the fans are doing and how much passion there was, it's was incredible to be part of".
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Oxlade-Chamberlain believes their set up under Klopp makes them contenders to go all the way to the final in Kiev. If you are the away team and the crowd gets going like that it is disgusting.
"You don't need reminding how big a game that is going to be, especially at Goodison", Oxlade-Chamberlain added. "It got us going and it would probably shake anyone up so you have to give fans credit for that".
"Slowly it is starting to pay off".
"I feel it was the right time". A pattern emerged of one good game followed by three or four hugely frustrating ones, with the Ox one of several Arsenal players particularly guilty of losing possession in indefensible areas.
"We definitely have qualities that are suited to this competition", he said.
Wenger certainly can not be criticised for a lack of patience with his protege, having sat through his fair share of tortuous performances while supporting Oxlade-Chamberlain in the face of burgeoning criticism.