It seems as though Liverpool have an impressive crop of youngsters coming through the ranks at the moment, and the next man that the Kop could all talking about may well be Jerome Sinclair.
The likes of Raheem Sterling and Jordon Ibe have both burst into the first team and made an immediate impact in recent seasons, and with boss Brendan Rodgers happy to give youth a chance it might not be long before Sinclair follows suit.
He did his chances of making a first team appearance no harm whatsoever tonight after bagging a superb goal in Liverpool U21's 2-0 win against Chelsea this evening.
The 18-year-old, who has appeared for Liverpool in the League Cup but not in the Premier League, picked up the ball out wide before homing in on goal.
It seemed as though he'd gone too wide to get his shot away, however he expertly managed to squeeze his strike into the top corner from a narrow angle.
Fellow young prospect Harry Wilson had given Liverpool the advantage from the penalty spot in the first half before Sinclair's goal provided a fitting end to the game.
There's a good feeling around Anfield at the moment thanks to a superb run of form from Rodgers' men which has put them in the mix for the top four once again.
No team has won more Premier League points than Liverpool since the turn of the year, and their fine 2-1 win against Manchester City on Sunday moved them up to fifth, just two points adrift of rivals Manchester United who occupy fourth.
With Sinclair displaying the amount of talent Liverpool have waiting in the wings, there's plenty of reasons for the red half of Merseyside to be smiling about right now.