The man who decided the last World Cup in Spain's favour with a stunning late strike against the Netherlands in Johannesburg takes centre stage in the latest episode of LFCTV's 'World Stars'.
In the build-up to this summer's showpiece in Brazil, 20 stylish documentaries will chart the career story of one individual who is expected to shine when 32 teams do battle in South America next month.
Each instalment features a fascinating mix of exclusive interviews, the opinions and tributes of teammates, rivals and coaches from around the football world, plus memorable match highlights.
Three Reds - Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez - have starred in their own edition of the programme, as have superstars such as Xabi Alonso, Lionel Messi, David Villa and many more.
Today the focus turns to Spanish attacker Andres Iniesta, who powered home the goal that won the World Cup for his country when the tournament was last contested, in South Africa in 2010.
He said: "I've been able to make all of my dreams come true in a sporting sense. But I dream of winning trophies again, of feeling good, training well and being happy - that is my goal every season."
The episode will premiere on LFCTV at 8pm BST tonight and will be repeated later at 10.30pm BST, but LFCTV GO subscribers can enjoy priority access now by clicking play below. If you have not already signed up, click here to join now.
Take a look through the 'World Stars' schedule below to catch up with any programmes you may have missed and find out who remains to come before the tournament kicks off in June.
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