Liverpool's win over Bournemouth was a result full of positives, with Jurgen Klopp selecting a number of young players in the victory.
Except there is one Liverpool player who will have watched the result through sad eyes, knowing his career at the club was surely over... Adam Bogdan.
Bogdan was a signing made by Brendan Rodgers last summer, and a surprising one at that after his Bolton Wanderers contract ran down.
The Hungarian was given opportunities, but blew his chance with key errors, notably in a heavy defeat to Watford.
He was unable to dislodge Simon Mignolet from the number one spot, and when Jurgen Klopp recalled Danny Ward from his spell on loan at Aberdeen in January, the writing for Bogdan was on the wall.
Yet Bogdan and Ward have been sharing duties for the under-21s in recent months, and the number two spot was still up for grabs.
Klopp's decision to go with Ward against Bournemouth was telling, and the goalkeeper stepped up and showed he was worthy of being picked.
Bogdan, 28, has 20 international caps, but it is hard to see Klopp keeping him around beyond this summer, and this weekend was further evidence that his future lies away from the club.