How would you like to ask Liverpool's vice-captain, Daniel Agger, a question? This Thursday, you can do just that, as the Dane will be taking control of the official LFC Twitter account.

Agger will be fielding questions from fans in order to help promote Standard Chartered's 'Perfect Match' campaign for Seeing is Believing, a global charitable initiative which aims to tackle avoidable blindness.

The Reds' No.5 will take charge of @LFC from 12.30pm BST this Thursday - and we want you to set the agenda by submitting your questions using the hashtag #AskAgger.

The defender will be picking out the tweets himself, so remember: the more unexpected, unusual, amusing or interesting your poser is, the more likely the 29-year-old will decide to provide a response.

Then make sure to follow the club's official Twitter account, @LFC, from 12.30pm this Thursday to discover if the Dane answers your question and enjoy the entire chat live as it unfolds.

Liverpool have been supporting Seeing is Believing's week of action for a third year running and on Sunday, a series of activities culminated in the Reds replacing their Standard Chartered logo with the Seeing is Believing emblem for the clash against Tottenham Hotspur.

After the game, five limited edition player shirts from the match were signed and auctioned on eBay to raise money for Seeing is Believing. All donations will be matched by Standard Chartered, making this fixture the 'Perfect Match'.

Earlier in the week, first-team players Lucas Leiva and Jordan Henderson, legends Robbie Fowler and Steve McManaman, joined John Bishop and Andy Brown in a number of challenges, competing to see who would be crowned the 'Perfect Match' pair.

Further activities focused on a local project visit by first-team players Iago Aspas and Simon Mignolet, as well as live match commentary on Twitter via @LFC by legend Dietmar Hamann during the Spurs fixture.

For more information on Seeing is Believing, click here. To bid for a limited-edition shirt from the match against Spurs, click here.