We continue our series of interviews with Gary Ablett's reserves ahead of tonight's clash with Sunderland.
Today we're talking to winger Ryan Crowther, who arrived in August 2007 from Stockport County, where he spent nine years learning his trade.
He went on to make two senior appearances including one as captain. Aged just 17, it made him the youngest skipper in Edgeley Park history.
Shortly afterwards, Liverpool came in and the wideman didn't hesitate to move west.
"It was a massive opportunity for me to move to a club like this," he says. "There were a couple of other options but as soon as I found out about Liverpool's interest, that was the only move for me."
Crowther has endured an injury-hit season with a persistent calf problem. However, he's now back in contention and played a part in two of the goals as Liverpool beat Southport to reach the Senior Cup final last week.
The 20-year-old believes he can only get better under the guidance of Ablett.
"He is a bit of a legend," Crowther adds. "He is a great coach and manager. He is good at working with us, and the trophies we won last season proves he is good at getting the best out of players.
"He has been a player himself so he can obviously teach us all a lot. It helps that he's been a player because he has experience which he can put to good use."
If you weren't a footballer?
Erm, I'd try to be a physio, I think.
What's your ringtone?
Just the standard one on my phone.
Do you ever get starstruck at Melwood?
When I first signed it was a big shock to me, especially compared to what I was used to at Stockport. But I'm used to it now. It's an every day thing.
[Teammate Martin Kelly walks into the room]
Who is the longest in the shower?
Martin Kelly [laughs].
Three things you'd take to a desert island?
Erm, my phone, credit card and a football.
Last book you read?
Probably a Harry Potter book.
Making my debut for Stockport aged 17. I came on as captain that made me the youngest ever captain for Stockport.