Brendan Rodgers has handed first-team debuts to nine players from Liverpool's academy in his two seasons in charge at Anfield.
The Northern Irishman last season gave Andre Wisdom, Suso, Adam Morgan, Jerome Sinclair, Conor Coady, Samed Yesil and Jordon Ibe their first taste of first-team football. This season he's added Brad Smith and Joao Carlos Teixeira to the list, while Lloyd Jones, Danny Ward and Jordan Rossiter have also featured in the first-team squad as unused substitutes.
Rodgers too has rejuvenated full-back Jon Flanagan and got the most out of Raheem Sterling, both coming from the club's academy sides.
Although Liverpool are yet to appoint a successor to the recently departed academy duo of Rodolfo Borrell and Frank McParland, in Alex Inglethorpe (under-21s coach) and Neil Critchley (under-18s coach) they have two of the highest-rated youth coaches in Europe.
With a pre-season tour of America this summer, and the World Cup meaning a host of international players having extended time away from the squad, opportunities will be available for youngsters again to impress.
So who will be next to make the step up from the academy? Here are five candidates.