Sir Alex Ferguson has declared his love and admiration for the retiring Jamie Carragher.
Like Carra, Ferguson will bow out of a club he has served for more than two decades on Sunday.
Our No.23 has played against Ferguson's Manchester United side on 33 occasions and it seems he has made a lasting impression.
"He's absolutely a player I admire," Ferguson told LFC TV's forthoming 'Carragher' documentary.
"He's the epitome of a loyal, dedicated player who Liverpool have been lucky to have for more than a decade.
"He's been a bedrock of their defensive qualities for years and years.
"I loved him. He's a fantastic example for any young lad that wants to play the game. He's been a really, really good professional.
"He's absolutely the type of player a manager wants. I used to rave about Brucie [Steve Bruce] and the nine years he had with us, and I think Jamie Carragher is that exact same mould - can play with injuries, gets knocked about and gets back up, hardly misses a game.
"You're lucky to have players like that. I was lucky to have Steve Bruce and he is the same type of player. A fantastic player."
A new documentary featuring Jamie Carragher's managers, teammates and some high-profile opponents airs for the first time at 7pm BST on Friday, May 24 on LFC TV. 'Carragher' will also be available on LFC TV Online and will conclude a fortnight of tributes across club media.