Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the future of the club is secure thanks to the talent coming through its academy system.
Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliott have both recently committed to new long-term deals at Anfield and Klopp has indicated that he's unlikely to make big money signings this summer:
"We have a good team, which already has a good age group, but the future is already prepared with a few really, really good footballers," the Liverpool boss said of the next generation of players at their academy.
"I am really happy that the boys see it the same way. For young players, the biggest plus they have is time but when they lose patience, things can go not exactly like they should go.
"Our boys want to play, want to be involved and see everything in training. They are really close but not losing patience that they are not playing 90 minutes every three days, or something like that.
"We try to help them as much possible to become the best player they can be. That's what we do with all the players but with the younger players, the responsibility is obviously bigger on our side.
"That is why I really like how these boys have committed 100 per cent to that way. It is a wonderful sign for all of us that the next few are already lined up."