Trent Alexander-Arnold proved what a role model he is as he spent his Christmas Day meeting with deprived children.
The Liverpool right-back again displayed incredible class and selflessness to give up time with his own family to give those less fortunate a day to remember.
Alongside volunteers from An Hour For Others, the boyhood Red delivered presents to families and the elderly from the local areas.
The England international took to social media afterwards to describe a humbling experience.
He wrote on Instagram: “To see the looks on the kids’ faces today is something I’ll never forget. Had an unbelievable day with these families and elderly from local areas.”
What @anhourforothers do for deprived families and individuals is life changing and I’m honoured to be a part of that. But let’s not just make a difference at Christmas, do it all year round. Big thank you to all the volunteers today we couldn’t make this happen without you! Merry Christmas everybody!”
Jordan Henderson meanwhile spent his day holding a Christmas party for underprivileged children in a lounge in the Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand at Anfield.
The Liverpool skipper paid over £2000 for the hire of the room, supplied entertainment and food, and brought along teammate Adam Lallana to sign autographs and deliver presents.
League position and the club’s hunt for silverware aside, the Reds served up a reminder of what is most important at this time of year.
Both cases mark further evidence of the outstanding individuals Liverpool have in their ranks.