Last season, Liverpool had quite a crazy ride. They began the season poorly, with some even tipping the English giants for relegation. While that was always out of the question, the main concern is where the Reds would finish.
Originally looking destined for a mediocre season, King Kenny Dalglish arrived at the helm and instantly made some major improvement to results and the squad.
One of his biggest decisions was to give more chances to young players. Injuries hit the squad hard, giving more playing opportunities to players like Martin Kelly, John Flanagan and more.
The youngsters impressed and instantly drew more attention to Liverpool's youth teams. It had been years since they had ever produced a truly quality player from the academy, but suddenly, Anfield is bursting with plenty of young talent.
Here are five starlets destined for brilliant futures with Liverpool. Enjoy!
All Liverpool fans will know that the club's true problem spot is left back. Many have been linked, but King Kenny has found it more important to make some other attacking purchases.
Or perhaps, the manager has refrained from buying such a player because he realizes that he has one of the most promising young left backs among his ranks already!
Seventeen-year-old Jack Robinson is Liverpool's youngest ever player in the Premier League, and he displayed great maturity in his limited appearances last season, most notably managing to contain English winger Theo Walcott in a 1-1 draw with Arsenal.
Expect appearances to be much more frequent for Robinson, who could easily become the club's starting left back in a mere number of seasons, next season.
Spanish winger Jesús Fernández Sáez is a player who has attracted a lot of buzz around Anfield in the past few seasons, and perhaps in the next campaign, "Suso" can finally deliver on his heaps of talent.
The tricky 17-year-old is blessed with great pace as well as undeniable creativity, enough to warrant a first team place next season and a spot in Liverpool's preseason squad.
While it will be hard to make much of an impact next year, you can definitely predict Suso will be a star at Anfield for many years to come, even mentioning that he hopes to emulate Luis Suarez.
Another one of Liverpool's brilliant attacking youngsters is U18 member Krisztian Adorjan.
An attacker who usually operates just off the front man, he is able to score and create goals with ease, as he showed with his spectacular tally of eight goals and 18 assists last season.
He has a brilliant eye for a pass, and what he lacks for in speed he makes up for with a brilliant understanding of the game and tactical awareness.
His chances of breaking into the team soon are very small, but the 18-year-old is surely on for the future!
One of Adorjan's U18 teammates is Michael Ngoo, a name that will most likely be familiar to Liverpool faithful.
The striker missed much of last season due to injury but still scored a whopping 15 goals, and is currently playing at the U20 World Cup with England.
Raheem Sterling is regularly mentioned as the most promising young player at Anfield and has built himself a large reputation over the past year.
Joining from QPR in 2010, Sterling instantly burst into the headlines with impressive displays of speed and creativity.
The 16-year-old had more impressive displays, including a five-goal showing in a 9-0 FA Youth Cup defeat of Southend and scoring two goals at the FIFA U17 World Cup.
At 16, you shouldn't expect Sterling to jump into the squad too early, but his maturity and skill will be an encouragement to Liverpool fans who know he has many, many good years ahead with the club.
To say that those five players are Liverpool's only promising young players would be ridiculous! For some time the club was lacking in good, young faces, but now they are more present then ever at Anfield.
This list could go on and on with the likes of John Flanagan, Martin Kelly, Jonjo Shelvey, Jay Spearing, David Amoo, even Dani Pacheco and Marco Bueno, but I'll leave you with that.
So, who is your favorite and who do you believe has a chance of breaking into the first team?