Luis Suarez has revealed the secret behind his recent success from free-kicks.
The 26-year-old had never scored from a free-kick for Liverpool before 2012-13 - and by his own admission had never mastered the art.
But that has all changed this season.
Suarez's dead-ball brace against Zenit St Petersburg was followed by another 25-yard hit at Wigan on Saturday, taking his free-kick tally to an impressive five this campaign.
Part of the improvement is down to persistent drills on the training ground.
Our photos show Suarez going as far as creating makeshift walls at Melwood so he can practice.
The man himself told Liverpoolfc.com: "I practice, because it's one skill that at one time I never really mastered and so I worked on it a bit.
"I think it just needed practice and you can also learn from watching players of the class of Steven [Gerrard] and how he strikes the ball, as well as watching players from the past, it all helps.
"The more you practice, you grow in confidence, and it's also a boost when your teammates encourage you to have the confidence to shoot."
As well as extra hours on the training pitch, Suarez's ability to navigate both goalkeeper and wall has been aided by some notes from Brendan Rodgers.
"Every player has his own particular skill and technique when taking a free-kick," said Suarez.
"But sometimes the free-kick might be from a different position, or you might have to study the 'keeper's technique when making a save, the position of the wall, whether they jump in the wall, if the defenders are tall and if you can get the ball up and over them.
"The manager is really good at this preparation. Before a game he shows the free-kick takers footage on dead-ball situations and that's also important."
Suarez is not the only free-kick taker at the club - with Gerrard also still in contention having traditionally taken on the role with great success.
So have the pair spoken about who should step up when the referee blows his whistle?
Suarez said: "I think Steven has been taking the free-kicks for a good while now but I think he realises that there are now one or two teammates who are up for taking them, myself included.
"There are some other top players who can also take them, but at that moment in the game you are anxious to take the kick yourself and as I said before, the support of your teammates gives you that extra confidence."