Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has piled the praise on Maxi Rodriguez ahead of Friday's Premier League clash with Newcastle.
The Argentinian attacker is expected to play a key role against the Magpies, with striker Luis Suarez missing due to a one-match suspension.
Rodriguez has been prolific at Anfield with 11 goals in his last 12 home starts, including finding the back of the net in their Boxing Day draw with Blackburn.
Dalglish has joked the 30-year-old, who he has to man-manage in order to maintain fitness, may take the team's training sessions in order to boost their goals tally.
"Maybe Maxi has the secret - he can take training for shooting this morning!" he quipped in the Liverpool Echo.
Dalglish added: "Maxi is a very intelligent footballer. He knows how to play and he loves to play.
"He's not able to play in every game and we have to manage him as best we can. But when he does play he doesn't give you many bad performances. He's a real credit to himself and to his profession."
Liverpool's home draw with Rovers means they have now been held at Anfield in Premier League action on six occasions; no other side has drawn five.
The Reds remain unbeaten on home soil and Dalglish is pointing to the positives as he believes their luck will change sooner rather than later.
"If you wanted to be really positive you would say we're undefeated at home but we don't want to set our standards as low as a draw at home. We want to be winning as often as we can," he continued.
"Confidence plays a huge part in everything you do. They have been really strong so far in that they continue to keep getting in there. We had 27 shots the other night which is massive. We will keep at it.
"We have changed formations and we have changed players. But one thing we won't change is our philosophy. We just need maybe the Kop to blow one in or the opponent's keeper to throw one in for us. That would help."