"It was an incredible atmosphere, the best I've ever played in", he said.
It was a sweet strike that the former Arsenal star admits he couldn't have hit better and Oxlade-Chamberlain is now backing himself to do it more often.
He claims Oxlade-Chamberlain in particular has been impressive since quitting the Emirates.
England global Oxlade-Chamberlian told The Guardian that the "amazing atmosphere" he played under against City is like no other he has experienced.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Jordan Henderson praised Liverpool's fans after a raucous crowd at Anfield inspired their 3-0 victory over Manchester City.
"Since he's come to Liverpool, after a slow start, he's gathering momentum at a crucial part of the season and he's becoming a very, very important player to this Liverpool side at the moment", he explained. Coming into the stadium for a game which was not a final it nearly set it up to be like a final.
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"I think it's the same for Theo really, he needed to get away".
"Slowly it is starting to pay off and it helps me to create moments like that and that is what I have wanted to do from midfield". "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. I have to improve to get to where I want to get and to be as good as I hope to be so I keep working on it".
"It was a great start for us - going 3-0 up before half-time set us up brilliantly", the England worldwide told BT Sport.
"That's all good [but] all players can improve and that's where he can improve of course as well".
"You don't get many opportunities so you have to be clinical and the three boys up front this season have managed to stand out in how clinical they have been".
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. "You've seen teams go far in this competition doing that".