Andy Carroll is spending 2012-13 on loan at West Ham United.
The striker joined Liverpool in January 2011 after coming through the ranks at Newcastle.
He made his Reds debut as a substitute in a 3-1 victory over Manchester United on March 6, 2011 following his club record signing.
Carroll opened his Liverpool account with a double against Manchester City on April 11.
The next year would be spent adapting to life at one of the world's biggest clubs, and though it wasn't always easy, his quest to win medals with Liverpool was off to a fine start as he helped secure a Carling Cup final victory over Cardiff City.
By the end of 2011-12, Carroll's form alongside Luis Suarez ensured his name was being sung on the Kop. A late winner at Ewood Park in April 2012 marked the start of a special few weeks for the striker, who wrote his name in Merseyside derby history with the winner in our FA Cup semi-final against Everton.
Carroll then came off the bench in the final against Chelsea, inspiring the previously languid Reds as they tried to overturn a 2-0 deficit. He scored one and had another cleared off the line but, although it wasn't to be for Liverpool, his own reputation had been greatly enhanced.
His loan followed the arrival of new manager Brendan Rodgers in the summer of 2012.