Michael Owen, Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher - Liverpool have always had a knack for turning out some incredible talents from their academy.
And despite their incredible success this season, they seem to be doing exactly the same, with Trent Alexander-Arnold leading a line of promising youngsters.
Blooding youth players into the first team has always been Jurgen Klopp’s philosophy, if his past comments are to be believed.
Just days after being appointed as the new Liverpool manager, the German turned out to an Under 18’s fixture at Melwood, where he made what now seems to be an iconic verdict on his plans for the academy.
“I can promise that before we sign a player who isn't a lot better than what we already have we will always use our own boys,” Klopp told the Mail back in 2016.
“That's how the future should be – even in the crazy football transfer world. We want to be this special club.”
Liverpool is certainly the place to be right now, according to the club’s youngest ever captain Curtis Jones.
Just five days after his 19th birthday, Jones, who joined the Reds academy when he was nine years old, was handed the armband for the FA Cup replay against Shrewsbury this week.
And the England youth international says that being a part of the best team in the world right now is the perfect way to enter senior football.
“I think for any player on the outside looking in they might say Liverpool is a hard team to get in in terms of the players they have in each position,” said Jones.
“They have a world-class starting XI, but everyone sees the gaffer is there for the youth and has belief in them and that is why he gives us this opportunity and gave me other opportunities along the way and I am sure the rest of the boys will get theirs in time.
“I think for any young player that is coming into a team like this where there are players who are the best in the world you have to go out there confident and stand up and show what you are capable of doing.
“That's what I try to do every game, like everyone says.”