Sinclair is glad Fowler is around at the club.
Having seen the likes of Raheem Sterling, Jon Flanagan and more recently Jordon Ibe establish themselves in the first team, academy player Jerome Sinclair has plenty of inspiration at Liverpool.
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Yet it is an older head that the 18-year-old says has helped him the most in recent times as Sinclair has been working closely with club ambassador and legend Robbie Fowler.
Fowler has held regular sessions with the youngsters at Anfield and as a fellow striker the teenager is benefiting more than most from the former England international.
“Robbie is a legend at this club so to get a few helpful tips from him and some advice is brilliant for me,” Sinclair told the club’s website.
“This is a guy who has been there and done it and played at the pinnacle of the game. It’s fantastic for me to get the chance to work with him and it can only improve my game.
“He has given me a few little tips on my first touch, and worked with me on different types of finishing. He is always there to help me in any way he can.”
Sinclair is our youngest ever player by some way, making his Reds debut back in 2012 aged just 16-years-old and six days – 244 days younger than second-placed Jack Robinson.
Whether or not the forward will make it consistently in Brendan Rodgers’ first team is unknown as yet, but in Fowler he couldn’t have a much better mentor.