Jonjo Shelvey is an England midfielder who arrived at Anfield in 2010.
The youngster signed from Charlton Athletic for an initial fee of £1.7million amid comparisons to a young Steven Gerrard.
He had spells with Arsenal and West Ham before coming through the ranks at Charlton, where he became their youngest ever player (and later goalscorer) at 16 years and 59 days.
Shelvey scored eight goals during 49 appearances for the Londoners before heading north.
The Romford-born star made his Liverpool debut as a late substitute in a disappointing League Cup defeat to lowly Northampton Town on September 22, 2010.
Shelvey scored six goals in 10 appearances during a loan spell at Championship side Blackpool between September and November 2011.
A week after returning to Anfield he made his first Premier League start at Aston Villa, and he scored his first senior goal for Liverpool in a 5-1 FA Cup win over Oldham in January 2012.
In July 2012, Shelvey signed a new long-term deal with Liverpool, and has since featured regularly for Brendan Rodgers.
He has represented England at all youth levels, captaining the U17s and U19s. He is now a regular in the U21 squad and on October 12, 2012 made his debut for the seniors as a substitute in a 5-0 World Cup qualifying win over San Marino.