Jordon Ibe claims he can achieve his dream of playing regularly in the Barclays Premier League for Liverpool by learning from the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez in training at Melwood.
The winger produced a sparkling display during the U21s' 4-2 win over Manchester United on Monday night, having been named on the bench by Brendan Rodgers for the opening day victory against Stoke City.
Now, after enjoying an excellent pre-season with the first-team squad, Liverpool's new No.33 is hoping to make a big impression in 2013-14.
"I'm enjoying it a lot, obviously learning from the first-team players like Gerrard, Suarez and the other lads," Ibe told Liverpoolfc.com.
"I'm just enjoying training every day at Melwood. It helps me because they guide me. I look at Sturridge and Raheem Sterling and learn a lot from them and hopefully I can build on this chance."
Ibe netted a brilliant goal during the win over United and, reflecting on his superb strike, he added: "I enjoyed the goal. It was good because they lost the ball and I played a one-two with Fabio Borini and was fortunate to score.
"I thought we played well and we passed the ball around well and I was delighted we won the match.
"There are a few Scousers in the team and we wanted to win it against our rivals and it was good to beat them."
Ibe also had encouraging words for Borini, who netted a double strike against United.
He said: "Fabio was delighted to score his two goals, especially his last one because he missed one in pre-season from a similar position against Valerenga. It was a good goal and he did really well."