Liverpool's glittering past has produced so many gifted players with a nack for making the opposition's net bulge - but which striker has been the most clinical on a goals-to-game basis?
Once again we enlisted the help of club statistician Ged Rea, who put together a shortlist of 10 players who boast the best goals-to-game ratio in a red shirt.
We've set the criteria to include post-war scorers only and the list takes into account players who have scored 50 or more goals for the club.
So the likes of Gordon Hodgson, Sam Raybould and Jack Parkinson, great goalscorers of the early 1900s, do not make the cut.
Ian Rush has scored more goals for Liverpool than any other player; however, five players have a better goals-to-game ratio than the Welshman - and one of those is a current member of Brendan Rodgers' squad.
Five of the players in our countdown have scored goals for the club since the turn of the last century, so we guarantee you'll know at least half of the names on the list.
And to get us started is a Reds legend who was so revered by the Anfield crowd that they renamed the club in his honour.
Click the arrow below to reveal No.10 in our list of Liverpool's most prolific strikers.