Liverpool have loaned out several players during the 2018/19 season to gain experience elsewhere and a number of them are proving their potential.
But the one standout from the bunch has to be Harry Wilson at Derby County, who may stand the best chance out of all the loanees to eventually make it at Anfield.
The 21-year-old linked up with Derby at the beginning of the season in the Championship and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp should be delighted with the youngster’s progress.
He’s quickly established himself as a key player in Frank Lampard’s side and looks a class above in England’s second-tier.
Wilson is a technically gifted right-winger that is tricky in the final third and has a lethal free-kick in his skillset.
Liverpool need to find competition for the likes of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah in their first-team at Anfield, something that Wilson should be striving for in the future.
The Wales international is in the best place possible right now improving his game, but it’s not over the top to imagine him pushing for a senior position in Klopp’s team next season.
It’s been a major breakthrough year for him in 2018 and the Merseyside club can expect to hear more great things from him in the next calendar year.