Supervisor Jurgen Klopp instructed Liverpool striker Rhian Brewster that he had an essential position to play this season.
The 19-year-old, who scored twice in a 6-Zero win in preparation section in opposition to Tranmere, may save the Reds boss thousands and thousands of dollars within the window of transfers he realizes all its potential.
He was lined as much as fill the vacant boots by Daniel Sturridge as middle ahead third selection of the staff after Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi, who has simply signed a brand new contract.
Nevertheless, Klopp desires the participant to start out growing his full sport.
"I like the boy, he's a incredible participant, however one of many objectives I’d have scored," Klopp mentioned.
"We knew that Rhian was an excellent participant earlier than. Why ought to I reduce this? I simply don’t need to discuss after a sport of the man who scored two objectives.
"I noticed an excellent sport and Rhian is a incredible participant.
"100% [it is a big season] but it surely additionally will depend on him. Divock Origi stays what is nice information, Bobby Firmino remains to be there.
"Rhian Brewster is a good striker, he is a good expertise and I already instructed him that he had an essential position to play this yr, however his significance will depend on him.
"We'll see He additionally has to play in numerous positions – the middle, the wing is feasible, I believe, we'll see the right way to align, however there will likely be alternatives for him, I'm positive."
So far, Liverpool has recruited the younger Sepp Van Den Berg, however mustn’t make main signings this summer season.
"Rhian Brewster, (Alex) Oxlade-Chamberlain didn’t play final yr, all of the younger boys didn’t play for us final yr," Klopp mentioned.
"The switch market is open. We are going to see what we’re doing, however I don’t suppose it is going to be the largest window of switch ever. "
Along with the Brewster double, objectives have been additionally scored for Origi, Curtis Jones, Bobby Duncan and Nathaniel Clyne in a staff that relied closely on youth, many worldwide remaining to return to coaching.
Among the many gamers who received the Champions League 40 days in the past, James Milner, Adam Lallana, Simon Mignolet, Joe Gomez, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Fabinho, Origi and Joel Matip all spent 45 minutes in Prenton Park.