Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he spent his Saturday re-watching Rhian Brewster and his World Cup-winning heroics for England Under-17s.
The Young Lions came back from two goals and defeated Spain 5-2 with Brewster completing goals to give India comeback.
Brewster ended the tournament with the Golden Boot and back-to-back hat-tricks in the quarter and semi-finals and ending to competition with an overall tally of eight.
“On Saturday night I kept watching clips back from the England U17s World Cup final win and even more clips of them celebrating,” Klopp said.
“What a great moment for Rhian, his family and his teammates.
“Alex Inglethorpe, our outstanding Academy leader, summed it up best though when he said for Rhian this is just the start, not a landmark moment.”
“For all our young boys, it’s not about what they do now, it’s about what they keep doing,” he added.
“He is on a great road, but it is just the beginning.
“Our job – the club – is to give them time, protection and freedom to embrace the joy that comes with doing what they do at this age.”