He's shared the training ground with and played his football alongside the likes of Steven Gerrard, Philippe Coutinho and Luis Suarez but now Will Marsh is aiming to make his mark in the National League.
The 20-year-old attacker penned a deal with Chester FC until the end of the season on Wednesday, arriving at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium having spent the best part of six years with Liverpool FC's academy.
And Marsh, who could feature for the Blues at Tranmere Rovers on Saturday, is determined to take his chance at Chester having been released by the Anfield side in the summer.
"It's my first taste of men's football and it's different to what I'm used to but I'm really looking forward to the challenge," said Marsh.
"From the age of 11 to 14 I was at Wrexham and watched a lot of their games so I know what to expect from the league. It's a good level of football and there are some great technical players.
"I knew a couple of the lads before I came here; Johnny Hunt played with my brothers when he was younger and I played with Kieran Evans's brother too. It's good to have some friendly faces and I've settled in well."
And what of his time on the Melwood training pitches with the Reds superstars? The opportunity he had to learn from some of the best in the business is something that Marsh cherishes.
He said: "It was a great experience training with the likes of Gerrard, Coutinho and Suarez and you can only learn from them. I was playing in games with them too and it was an experience I will take with me forever.
"You are watching them day to day and seeing how they do things and what they are doing before training. How they do their stretching and how they get themselves prepared. You can't help but learn from them."
While Marsh, who was a regular in the Liverpool under-21 side, has now carved out a role at number 10 he says he can step up to the mark as an out and out striker should he be required to do so.
"I can play in a number of positions but mainly as an attacking midfielder, a number 10, said Marsh, who spent time on loan at Championship side Sheffield Wednesday last season without making an appearance.
"I like to get on the ball and get into good positions and hopefully I can chip in with a few goals too.
"Playing as a striker is where I have played most of my football. It's only the past couple of years that I have been playing as a 10 so I can definitely play there if needed.
"I just need to build myself up and try and get a place in the team. I know it's a lot of hard work and hopefully I can try and get a contract after the season."
"I'm not the biggest. Hopefully I will be able to deal with it technically and think I've imposed myself well in training and I can't wait to get started."