Adam Morgan is hoping to repay the faith shown in him by Brendan Rodgers by giving the Liverpool manager something to ponder when selecting his attacking options.
The 18-year-old - who struck two goals for the U19s in Tuesday's NextGen Series win over Rosenborg - had made three first-team appearances for the first team so far this season, with the Reds boss eager to provide the club's youngsters with a chance to impress.
And Morgan is hoping to give Rodgers food for thought by making the most of any further opportunities that comes his way.
"I just want to give the manager as many problems as I can in a positive way," said Morgan.
"Brendan Rodgers has been fantastic to me from the minute he came in. He took me to America [in pre-season], and he showed a lot of faith in me, which he didn't have to do. But I think I showed him with my attitude how much I love the club, and how much I love playing football. To be fair, he's just said to me to keep going.
"And obviously if he is playing me with the first team then I must be doing some of the right things. He's told me to keep my attitude right, and hopefully if I do that then I won't go far wrong."