Cameron Brannagan has been at the Academy since the age of five and sat on the first-team bench for an FA Cup tie in January 2014.
The talented youngster likes to take up a position just behind the frontman but can also operate on either wing.
A creative and inventive midfielder, Brannagan has the ability to fashion opportunities for his teammates as well as take them himself.
A committed student, he has appeared for the Reds at U18 and U21 level, where his education continues under the tutelage of Alex Inglethorpe.
In 2014-15, his performances at the Academy led to more time being spent at Melwood - and more first-team involvement.
Brannagan was included in the Liverpool squad for the Europa League tie with Besiktas in Turkey, where he was named at the bench at the Ataturk Stadium in February 2015.
He was named as a senior substitute a further four times before the conclusion of the campaign.
In the 2015-16 campaign he made his debut when he appeared from the bench in the Europa League tie away in Bordeaux.
He was then handed a first start by Jürgen Klopp in the Capital One Cup victory over AFC Bournemouth at Anfield.
On January 27, 2017, it was confirmed Brannagan had joined Fleetwood Town on loan until the end of the season.