Jurgen Klopp has piled praise on Liverpool youngster Ben Woodburn after his impressive start to the pre-season.
The 16-year-old dazzled during Wednesday night's 5-0 triumph over Fleetwood Town, at the Highbury Stadium, scoring Liverpool's second goal shortly after half time and supplying a delicious cross for Firmino's first and setting up Firmino's second.
Featured in the Liverpool Echo, Jurgen Klopp is quoted as having said that Woodburn is '... a natural offensive player. It's very nice to see ...'.
Our images show Ben celebrating after scoring during this pre-season friendly match and Jurgen Klopp congratulating Woodburn at the end of the match.
For those of you who don't know the Tattenhall connection .... Ben is a local boy and former pupil of Tattenhall Park Primary School and The Bishop Heber High School.
(our news item is attributed to the 'Liverpool Echo' online and images by John Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images and to Reuters.)