Liverpool may have discovered the new Torres

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Spanish youngster Suso is showing early signs that he could have the potential to become an Anfield hero.

The 16-year-old joined Liverpool in the summer from Cadiz and has since impressed with his skilful performances and eye for goal.

He made his Liverpool reserve team debut against Newcastle last week and celebrated the occasion with a stunning 25-yard equaliser.

His spectacular first game was enough to catch the eye of Kop legend Peter Beardsley who mentioned his admiration of the teenage forward when he spoke to Liverpool reserve coach John McMahon.

“Suso took his goal really well and for his progression and development it was a great game for him because in the first half he did really well. Peter Beardsley was really impressed with him and he was asking me all about him," McMahon said.

"They closed down the space for him to play in the second half and Suso was subdued. He will learn from that and it was a fantastic game for him to play in.”

The Anfield faithful will be hopeful that the youngster can go on to fulfil his early promise by following in the footsteps of fellow Spaniard Fernando Torres and becoming a Liverpool god.

It's early days yet, but Reds fans will be monitoring the progress of Suso who - if he continues in the same manner - may soon see himself drafted into Roy Hodgson's first team.

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