For every home match throughout the 2011-12 season, LFC's official matchday programme gave fans the chance to get to know their heroes that little bit better.
Ahead of each Anfield clash, the 'Just Can't Get Enough' feature conducted a quirky interview with a member of the first-team squad in which the questions ranged from football-related issues to dressing room banter and life off the pitch.
Over the next few days, Liverpoolfc.com will be publishing a selection of these interviews - and today, as he prepares for tonight's Euro 2012 final against Italy, we feature our Spanish custodian, Pepe Reina...
I reckon every kid, when they are six, seven...eight, just tries to play everywhere. But I figured out pretty quickly that my best skills were in goal. My dad was obviously a goalkeeper in his career (with Atletico Madrid and Barcelona), but he never pushed me in any particular direction. But when it became clear that I wanted to be a goalkeeper, he helped me.
Who's the loudest player that you've encountered in a dressing room over the years?
That has to be Joan Capdevilla with the national team. He is crazy; nuts. At the moment, Jonno (Glen Johnson) and Luis (Suarez) are loud.
How difficult would it be for a goalkeeper in the modern game if he wasn't permitted to use gloves?
It would be impossible to hold the ball because its outer layer is made from a plastic material. Without the gloves, there would probably be more mistakes and more goals. A lot of people think that gloves are there to protect, but they aren't - they're there to help you control the ball.
Who is the most skilful player you've played with?
Luis Suarez here at the moment. In my time at Barcelona, we had Luis Figo and Rivaldo who were unbelievable. Then at Villarreal, Riquelme and Sonny Anderson were very good. With the national team, there are too many to mention.
Why do you think goalkeepers are perceived as being crazy?
Because people misunderstand the word crazy when really it's bravery!
Which goalkeeper in the history of football is the craziest?
(Rene) Higuita was genuinely crazy but brave too. But you cannot look further than Bruce (Grobbelaar). He is one of the greatest in Liverpool's history but what made him great also was the fact that he was different. He would dribble the ball around attackers for pleasure. I only do it if I have to do it.
In Olympic year, which Liverpool player would compete best at the 100m sprint?
That would be Craig Bellamy. His acceleration would help him win.
What is your favourite other sport?
Definitely golf. I have a membership at a club but I don't play as much as I'd like to. My handicap is 16.
What was your first car?
It was a grey Opel Frontera. Unfortunately, I crashed it after three months.
Not including pets, what is your favourite animal?
A dolphin. I went to Dubai recently for a break and I swam with dolphins. The family enjoyed it.
What's the longest journey you've ever made?
New Zealand. The flight was from Madrid to Los Angeles, then on to Fiji and into New Zealand. It was for the U17s World Cup when I was a lot younger. It took 30 hours in total with transfers.
What is the best save you've made?
The one in the last minute of the FA Cup final against West Ham, in terms of importance; a cross from Yossi Benayoun and the shot from (Nigel) Reo-Coker. Because it was the final minute we could have lost 4-3.
Whose is the best shirt you've swapped?
I have 250 at home. It would have to be one from Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Zidane, Figo or Ronaldo. Jose Molina was my idol at the beginning so maybe it is him.