Adam Morgan is a natural goalscorer who has risen through the Academy to the fringes of the first-team squad.
Having top scored at different age groups throughout his formative years, Morgan was given a chance to shine when newly appointed Brendan Rodgers invited him on the club's tour of North America in the summer of 2012.
A goal in a friendly against FC Toronto was followed with a manager-hugging celebration - and it was clear Rodgers was a fan of the youngster's attitude.
Morgan made his senior debut as a substitute during a Europa League play-off at Hearts on August 23, 2012 - and started in the return leg a week later.
The Scouser featured in the U17 World Cup in 2011 and now represents England U19s.