Luis Suarez has challenged Liverpool's aspiring youngsters to maintain their progress and pledged that the senior players will do everything they can to help make that happen.
The Uruguayan has been impressed by the performances of Raheem Sterling and Suso, among others, so far this season and wants his budding colleagues to prove their worth repeatedly.
"I'm a youngster too, I'm only twenty five!" Suarez joked to Liverpoolfc.com before giving his personal appraisal of how the young players have taken the opportunity handed to them by Brendan Rodgers.
"We've got a lot of quality youngsters here, such as Raheem, Suso showed what he could do the other day. [Adam] Morgan has to keep taking his chance to feature more and more, and [Jerome] Sinclair made his debut.
"They are all really good players and they are at Liverpool for a reason. The form that Raheem has been showing and Suso the other day, they are showing us that they want to help the team.
"And we so-called experienced players are always there to help them so let's hope that they continue to develop and don't just stand still but continue to prove exactly why they are at Liverpool."
At 25, Suarez is hardly old himself, but the Reds No.7 knows how to make an immediate impact at Anfield, having struck 27 times in 60 appearances, including a debut goal.
The forward explained that the first-team players in the dressing room will make themselves available to advise their younger teammates, although they have yet to approach him.
"Not really, maybe it's because I don't speak English or something," the former Ajax man explained.
"But I think it should be us who are offering advice to them, telling what they are doing well, and not so well, but I think they do realise that they have to learn things from the older players."