Like most of us, Jürgen Klopp is excited about the prospect of Rhian Brewster and his future at Liverpool.
The Reds youngster turned 19 on Monday but started his celebrations early by scoring a brace for the U23s last Friday in a friendly with Northwestern University.
That first-half appearance for the youth side was Brewster’s first action on the pitch since January 2018 due to a long-term injury he has been working tirelessly to recover from.
The future is bright for Brewster and the path has been laid out for him to be called up to the senior side. By conducting his rehabilitation at Melwood with the first-team, Klopp has fostered the youngster’s connection with his other star players.
With Daniel Sturridge’s future in doubt, and the sale of another young striker in the form of Dom Solanke, Brewster could very well find himself fighting for a place from the Liverpool bench next season.