Harry Wilson is a versatile attacking player that regularly produces moments of magic with his wand of a left foot.
The Academy product has been at the club since U9 level and progressed through to Jürgen Klopp's first team.
Wilson remains Wales' youngest ever player after making his senior international debut in October 2013 at 16 years and 208 days.
He would have to wait three years to make his Liverpool bow, appearing as a second-half substitute in an FA Cup third-round replay at Plymouth Argyle back in January 2017.
The debut was part of a landmark 2016-17 season for the teenager, having moved to Melwood permanently and netted 28 goals for the U23s after being handed the captaincy.
Wilson's development has been aided by productive temporary spells away from Liverpool.
He spent a short period at Crewe Alexandra in 2015 and then fired seven goals in 13 appearances in the second half of 2017-18 to help Hull City avoid relegation from the Championship.
After signing a new long-term contract with Liverpool in July 2018, Wilson then completed a season-long switch to Derby County.
He would prove to be a hit in the Championship once again, scoring 18 goals to take Frank Lampard's side to the play-off final at Wembley.