A four-year-old wonderkid fulfilled a dream when he was given the chance to meet Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard during the Reds' recent tour of North America.
Vincent Uglow has been causing a stir across the Atlantic via YouTube videos of his footballing talents, which include 71 goals in just eight matches during his second season.
With an eye for goal reminiscent of Reds legend Robbie Fowler, Liverpool supporters will be pleased to know that Vincent is a passionate fan of the club and Gerrard in particular.
So much so that the boy from Pennsylvania spends much of his spare time catching up with the latest action from Anfield and watching clips of the Reds' inspirational No.8.
Encouraged by his father, David, from an early age, Vincent has been playing football since he could walk and bagged 22 goals in his first eight games after enrolling with a local program.
The youngster, who plays for Easton YMCA and Keystone Athletic, was therefore delighted when LFC's kit manufacturer, Warrior, invited Vincent and his family for a special VIP experience when the Reds were based in Baltimore.
Vincent attended a Liverpool training session and was greeted by the squad, before being taken to meet his hero Gerrard, plus Joe Cole, Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson.
The players posed for photos with the young prodigy, who had his poster, ball and Liverpool shirt signed by the captain he attempts to emulate when practising his skills, to cap what his father described as an 'amazing experience'.
Watch the YouTube video of Vincent in action below.