The Yorkshire teen could be heading back home in the near future.
Liverpool's youth academy is one of the most successful in the country and making the breakthrough at Melwood can be very tough business.
So not all the talented players in the Liverpool system will make it at first-team level at Anfield.
One who seems to be potentially on his way out of the club is young goalkeeper Andy Firth.
He has been with the club since he was 10-years-old. Now the 19-year-old is a regular in the under-21s set-up at Liverpool. However, competition in the 'keeping position at Liverpool is tough and it would appear that Firth could be on his way out of the club.
The teenager featured for Huddersfield Town's under-21s side today. The teenager, who is from Yorkshire, played in The Terriers fixture against Birmingham City under-21s today - as reported by BBC West Yorkshire Sport.
The move would see Firth attempt to impress for Huddersfield and potentially earn a move to the club in the summer.
This would suggest that Liverpool are happy to let him head back to Yorkshire should Huddersfield decide he is worthy of a deal.