It's safe to say that it has been a topsy-turvy season for Liverpool, who are set to travel to the Hawthorns to take on West Brom in their final Premier League game of the season on Sunday.
The Reds, of course, will have one eye on next week's Europa League final clash against Sevilla, so it's expected that German coach Jurgen Klopp will make a whole host of changes for this weekend's fixture.
And one man who could be set to enter the frame is Spaniard Sergi Canos. The talented 19-year-old, who has represented Spain at youth level, has enjoyed a successful campaign on loan at Brentford.
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Indeed, he has netted seven goals in 38 outings for the club and looks set for a bright future in the game. With Brentford's campaign now over - they finished in ninth position - Canos is back in the fold on Merseyside.
And, according to Klopp, there's every chance that he could make his debut for the club against the Baggies.
Following the club's 1-1 draw against Premier League rivals Chelsea on Wednesday night, the Liverpool boss, as per the Liverpool Echo, stated: “Sergi will be training tomorrow because he is back with us.
“He knows more about English football and it's possible he's available for Sunday. That's unbelievable and great.
“We will see how he feels. He did really good at Brentford and had a lot of time to play. For him it was really good. The Championship is a really strong league and he did well.”
Liverpool fans, then, may well be handed the opportunity to see just what the midfielder can do...
As you can see below, he is a scorer of great goals - his strike against Reading won Brentford's goal of the season award - and shouldn't be underestimated.
Of course, at just 19, he still has a great deal to learn, but there's every chance that he will become a key player for the club in the coming years.
Anyway, you can see what he's all about here:
Liverpool fans: do you expect Canos to play a key role for your club next season? Have your say below!