Hear Tommy Lawrence's story in his own words after the former Liverpool goalkeeper sadly passed away on Wednesday morning at the age of 77.

The Scottish stopper, nicknamed ‘The Flying Pig’, won two league titles and helped the Reds lift the FA Cup for the first time in their history during a spell between the posts in which he made 390 appearances.

Ahead of his time as part of Bill Shankly’s first great side in the early 1960s, Lawrence was a sweeper-keeper long before it became fashionable – and was rightly revered by the Kop and his teammates for being a formidable last line of defence.

In the tribute video below, we hear the man himself reflect on his time at Anfield, working with Shankly, losing part of the FA Cup trophy, and more…