Could the forgotten Reds striker have a part to play at Anfield after all?
It is not quite 'what a hit, son' of Andy Gray/Steven Gerrard proportions - but the finish above from Fabio Borini is still pretty special.
If only the Liverpool striker could do the same in matches?
Yes, taking one touch before turning and planting a venomous shot right into the top far corner is a skill any of Brendan Rodgers' strikers could do with right now, especially as Borini left the goalkeeper absolutely planted to his spot!
The Italian has come on from the bench in Liverpool's last two games - both in the Premier League and Champions League - and, while he has hardly looked threatening in terms of getting a goal for himself, the young striker has offered the Reds the option of going two up top.
With Daniel Sturridge still out injured and several of Liverpool's new attacking midfielders not yet looking settled at Anfield, 23-year-old Borini could be called upon once more at West Ham this weekend.
And, if the Italian can do what he's just done in Liverpool training, he might just be able to turn his career on Merseyside around. The difference is huge between the big stage and practice, though, so Reds fans will no doubt hope he can cross that divide if he comes on for Rodgers' side in the near future.