Liverpool youngster Martin Kelly believes club stalwart Jamie Carragher will be an ideal manager in the future.
Kelly, 21, is at the opposite end of the spectrum of his career to the former England stopper, but believes he has all the tools to be successful in the dugout.
Carragher, 33, is renowned throughout the club for his forensic knowledge of the game and has used his experience to help the younger players introduced by Dalglish to settle into the side.
The Bootle-born battler stated earlier this month that he could possibly retire within the next 18 months and is presently doing his UEFA B badge.
And Kelly has backed him to ace that course and excel at management when he does indeed opt to follow that calling.
"He has definitely got all the attributes to become a manager," said Kelly.
"He would definitely get the best out of players. He won't settle for second best and I look forward to seeing a massive player for the club go into management."