Liverpool already have a wealth of talent available to them at Anfield in the first-team squad, but it does not stop there for the Reds.
Fans will be well aware of the talent that is both coming through the ranks and developing away from the club on loan at the moment.
With the end of the season only around the corner, we asked supporters, which promising youngster do you want to see in the squad next season?
After plenty of votes, the results are in and these are the five players that supporters want to see given a chance at Anfield.
5: Adam Lewis - 44%
Coming in at fifth place is Adam Lewis, who won 44% of his duels. Lewis is a very highly thought of youngster coming through the ranks at Anfield.
Whether or not he’s a first-team regular in the years to come remains to be seen, but he’s a name to look out for.
4: Ki-Jana Hoever - 59%
This young lad got quite the introduction after coming off the bench in the opening minutes against Wolves in the FA Cup earlier this season.
Despite the game ending in defeat for the Reds, Hoever stole the headlines and got a lot of fans excited. The Dutch youngster looks like he has a very promising future ahead of him.
3: Marko Grujic - 67%
It feels like he has been around for a while, but Marko Grujic is still only 22 and has earned plenty of admirers with his performances in the Bundesliga this season. He could be a welcomed return to Liverpool’s midfield next season.
2: Rhian Brewster - 76%
The second most popular choice among Liverpool supporters and it is easy to see why. Brewster is so highly rated by the club and that has caused a lot of excitement among the fan base.
There is a genuine belief that he could be challenging for a first-team spot in the very near future.
1: Harry Wilson - 81%
Liverpool fans will have no doubt been watching a lot of Derby County this season, with Harry Wilson impressing on loan there. He has become a key player for Frank Lampard’s side, while also impressing for the Welsh senior side.
He looks destined for the Premier League next season, but whether or not that’s with Liverpool remains up for debate.