As Liverpool continue to lend their support to Standard Chartered's Seeing is Believing initiative, club captain Steven Gerrard has explained why he's delighted to once again be backing the campaign.
The midfielder has been involved in a number of projects to highlight the importance of our main club sponsor's charity project, which raises funds to tackle avoidable blindness in developing countries.
And in our free video below, Gerrard outlines why he's more than happy to lend his support for this year's 'Perfect Match' event.
You have an exclusive chance to win a signed Liverpool shirt as part of the Seeing is Believing campaign with Standard Chartered.
Just as they did for the final home game of last season, the Reds will replace the logo of Standard Chartered with Seeing is Believing when they host West Bromwich Albion on February 11.
Our main sponsor's global initiative raises funds to tackle avoidable blindness in developing countries, and you can play your part by entering a special competition.
Follow the lead of several Reds legends by telling us what your perfect match is - football or otherwise - and posting your entry on Facebook or Twitter.
Facebook users can enter as many times as they like via their local Standard Chartered Facebook page or the company's group page, with each page having a signed shirt to give away.
If entering via Twitter, include the handle @StanChart and hashtag #PerfectMatch and remember to make your suggestion as creative as possible to attract the judges' eyes.
Entries must not include offensive language or images and must be registered before midnight on Monday, February 11 to be in contention for a prize.
The winners of each shirt will be announced on Wednesday, February 13.
More signed jerseys from the match against the Baggies will subsequently be available via auction, with all money raised to be donated to the Seeing is Believing campaign.
In just nine years, more than 28 million people in the world's poorest communities have been helped by Seeing is Believing, preventing and treating avoidable blindness.
It is Standard Chartered's official charity and has gone from strength to strength since the bank teamed up with LFC.