Davor Lovren is a talented winger currently at Dinamo Zagreb.
The 2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championships are currently underway in Bulgaria, with the final between France and Germany getting underway this evening.
There have been many names that have caught the eye, including those that play for Premier League clubs.
But for Croatia, it is the younger brother of a Premier League star that has been in good form.
The former Southampton man, who joined Liverpool for a fee reported by The Telegraph to be in the £20 million region last summer, spoke about his baby bro on Twitter back in August, making it clear his hopes that the talented winger might one day follow him to Liverpool in the future.
There is no doubting he is talented. The younger Lovren is not an uncompromising centre-back like Dejan. Instead he is a tricky winger, currently on the books at Croatian talent production factory Dinamo Zagreb.
Like Dejan the 16-year-old was born in Germany and is hotly tipped to be a success in the Croatian game, although he is still waiting for his Dinamo debut.
He has been in good form at the competition this month. He scored against Austria in a 1-0 win in the Group Stages and showed his brother, who missed a crucial penalty for Liverpool against Besiktas earlier this season, how to net from 12 yards during a shoot-out defeat to Belgium in the quarter-finals.
Davor will certainly be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his older brother and one day end up at Liverpool. Based on his performances at the Under-17 Championships, he certainly has a promising future ahead of him.