It's eight years to the day since Jordan Henderson signed for Liverpool.
June 9, 2011, was the date the midfielder, then aged 20, made the switch from his hometown club Sunderland to Merseyside.
A little over three years later, Henderson became the Reds' vice-captain and, in July 2015, he succeeded Steven Gerrard as skipper.
So, eight days on from him leading Liverpool to a sixth European Cup triumph in Madrid, we've broken down the numbers behind Henderson's Anfield career to date...
Champions of Europe. 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆. #SixTimes https://t.co/FvkRZykXHH— LFC (Liverpool FC) 4th Jun 21:01
324 - appearances (55th in all-time list)
239 - Premier League appearances (ninth in all-time list)
180 - wins
135 - games as captain (11th in all-time list)
55.5% - win percentage
45 - assists
25 - goals
18 - matches v Manchester United, his most-faced opponent
5 - Henderson is the fifth Liverpool captain to lift the European Cup
5 - major finals played in
2 - major trophies won