Liverpool summer signing Nathaniel Clyne has been pictured in training for the club for the first time.
He joined his new teammates for their first pre-season session on Monday, as the Reds prepare for what they aim will be a successful 2015/16 campaign.
Clyne signed for Liverpool last week from Southampton, where he had only one year remaining on his contract.
Since joining the Saints from Crystal Palace, Clyne has established himself firmly as one of the Premier League's most reliable right-backs, and become an England international regular.
He replaces Glen Johnson, who was released with his own contract expiring, and currently remains a free agent.
Fellow Liverpool new boy Roberto Firmino was not at pre-season training due to his recent Copa America involvement, nor was England under-21 striker Danny Ings, who is expected to join up with the squad next week.
Liverpool posted more pictures on their club Twitter feed, including this group shot, and another of Brendan Rodgers with his new assistant manager Sean O'Driscoll.