Jamie Carragher has been nominated as a potential Premier League Player of the Year at the forthcoming Northwest Football Awards.
The 35-year-old will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of former teammates Martin Skrtel and Lucas Leiva, who were the two previous recipients of the annual prize.
Carragher returned to heart of Liverpool's defence for the second half of the 2012-13 campaign - and was pivotal as the Reds finished the season in fine form.
His performances were a fitting way to end a formidable Anfield career - and now fans can vote for the Bootle boy to scoop the top accolade at this year's Northwest awards.
Carragher faces competition in the form of Leighton Baines, Pablo Zabaleta and Michael Carrick, but Kopites can show their support by clicking here to cast a vote in the Player of the Year section now.
Meanwhile, Academy starlet Jerome Sinclair has been nominated in the Rising Star category - and supporters can vote for him by following the link above.
Voting closes on October 4 - and the winners will be announced at a ceremony on Monday, November 4 at The Point, Lancashire County Cricket Club.
To learn more about the Northwest Football Awards, click here.