Former Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam has declared that current Anfield star and fellow Scotsman Andy Robertson has been the best left back in the Premier League and Champions League this season.
The 24-year-old has played in 19 of Liverpool's 21 league matches this campaign, as the Reds sit four points clear at the top of the table.
Robertson has attained cult hero status during his time on Merseyside and Adam believes that will only continue if Liverpool go on to win the league.
"If Liverpool won the league, he’d be a cult hero," Adam said on BBC 5 Live Sport, as reported by the Daily Star.
"But don’t forget he’s also a quality player. His assists, the link-up play he has with Mane is fantastic.
Robertson's rise has been nothing short of meteoric in the last few years. He was playing in the third tier of Scottish football in 2013 before securing a move to Hull two years later.
Now Robertson is the first choice left back for a Liverpool team challenging for honours at home and abroad - in addition to being captain of his national team.