A look at Liverpool's first team will reveal a number of young talents.
There is the standout star of Raheem Sterling, currently leading the way for both club and country, while the likes of Suso, Tiago Ilori, Jordon Ibe, Joao Teixeira and Andre Wisdom - most of whom are out on loan - also provide plenty of promise for the future.
But that does not appear enough for Liverpool's academy, who are doing their utmost to produce more and more young talents from within the Reds' youth system.
One of those emerging stars is Sheyi Ojo, a 17-year-old who is beginning to show his talent on the Under-21 stage.
Last night, Ojo scored twice for Liverpool's young side during a 4-0 win at West Ham's Under-21s, with Samed Yesil and Ryan Kent (via an Ojo assist) also netting.
The comprehensive victory means the Reds are unbeaten in their first three games - but it was Ojo's performance that stole the limelight. The 17-year-old scored from distance for his first, before showing his composure with a neat finish for the second.
Liverpool's Under-21s are now top of the Under-21 Premier League with seven points, although Chelsea and Tottenham have a game in hand over them.
To see Liverpool's first goal, fast forward to two minutes 40 seconds, while Ojo's stunning curler from outside the box comes roughly two minutes later. Yesil's goal comes another two minutes later, before Ojo completes the victory 10 minutes into the video.