Jerome Sinclair is a forward who has the distinction of being the youngest player ever to represent Liverpool - incredibly the youngster was just a two-year-old when Steven Gerrard made his Liverpool debut.
The Academy hopeful earned a first-team debut at the age of 16 years and six days when he was brought on during a League Cup victory at West Brom on September 26, 2012.
The record had previously been held by Jack Robinson.
Sinclair actually joined the Reds from the Baggies and made his U18s debut in 2011-12.
The teenager has scored goals for both England U16s and U17s.
He now features for the U21s at the Academy, showing his prolific ability at either level.
The striker Liverpool joined Wigan Athletic on a youth loan on March 16 2015 until the end of the season, teaming up with fellow Academy loan star Sheyi Ojo.
He made his Wigan debut as a substitute for Wigan against Watford on 17 March 2015, his first senior appearance since his record breaking debut.
Sinclair is now hoping to impress Jürgen Klopp and enhance his reputation as a goal getter in 2016.