Jesús Fernández Sáez, aka Suso, is one of the most talked about youngsters on Liverpool's books.
Suso's senior break came in 2012-13 under Brendan Rodgers after two years impressing with the Academy and reserve sides.
The Spanish midfielder officially arrived from Cadiz CF in the summer of 2010.
At the age of 16 Suso appeared as a late substitute in a first-team friendly at Borussia Moenchengladbach as Roy Hodgson prepared his team for 2010-11. He was also involved in Jamie Carragher's testimonial against Everton - but a competitive debut was still some way off.
On November 19, 2010 the youngster marked his 17th birthday by signing his first professional contract with the Reds.
However, he would have to wait until 2012 to get his first taste of top-level football.
After travelling on the club's North America tour, Suso was given his official debut on September 20 in a Europa League victory over Young Boys.
Three days later he was introduced as a substitute against Manchester United - his Premier League bow.
The youngster represented Spain at U19 level and helped them win the European Championships in 2012, before graduating to the U21s.
To continue his senior development, Suso returned to Spain for a season-long loan with La Liga outfit Almeria at the outset of the 2013-14 campaign, where he played 35 times and scored three goals.