The talented midfielder has been training with the first-teamers at Melwood.
Liverpool take on Norwich City in the Premier League this weekend. They face off with The Canaries at Anfield on Sunday evening and following on from the draw with Bordeaux in the Europa League and a defeat to Manchester united they will desperate for a win against the recently promoted outfit.
This week Liverpool played plenty of young players in their Europa League fixture. The likes of Jordan Rossiter, Jordon Ibe, Pedro Chirivella and Cameron Brannagan all featured in the tie – giving hope to plenty of other young Liverpool players hoping to one day feature in the first-team.
One such name must be midfield talent Will Marsh. The 18-year-old Crewe-born central midfielder has impressed in the Liverpool under-21 side and he has now been featuring in first-team training for the club.
He was pictured taking part in the session with the first-team at Melwood. He got stuck in with returning striker Daniel Sturridge and tried to impose himself on current first-team midfielder Lucas Leiva.
One thing for sure is that with Liverpool seemingly open to taking young players into action for the Europa League the likes of Marsh and other under-21 stars will no doubt be hoping for such an opportunity.