Indeed, the German has been impressed with Raheem Sterling over the last two games, with the 20-year-old having played up front at both Manchester United and Bournemouth.
So much so, in fact, that the former Liverpool midfielder feels Sterling could end up being a centre-forward.
Sterling could end up being a centre forward, done very well in both games he's played there.— Didi Hamann (@DietmarHamann) December 17, 2014
Could Brendan Rodgers look to play the winger up front as a long-term solution?
At 20, Sterling can be moulded into pretty much anything - and imagine the partnership he could form with Daniel Sturridge.
It is an idea that many thought of in the summer, of course, although it appears Rodgers' willingness - dare we say arrogance - to pursue with Mario Balotelli delayed the deployment of the strategy.
But now that Sterling has played up front for Liverpool, could he have what it takes?