Dani Pacheco is hoping to be given the opportunity to partner Fernando Torres next season.
The Liverpool starlet has featured in all of the Reds' pre-season friendly matches so far, putting in a number of eye-catching performances.
Having proven his worth to manager Rafa Benitez the 17-year-old, who arrived at Anfield from Barcelona last summer, now wants to be given his chance to shine alongside Torres and inspirational club captain Steven Gerrard.
"I would love to play with Torres because he is such a great striker and it would be very special for me to be in the team with him," Pacheco told the Liverpool Echo.
"He is Spanish also and he is a big hero for everyone in my country after he scored the winning goal in the Euro 2008 final.
"He is one of the best strikers around so I think I would learn a lot from him if I played in the team with him.
"I would have loved to have played in the team with Stevie as well but he had to go back to Liverpool because he had an injury.
"But I have really enjoyed playing alongside the other first team players and they have really helped me.
"I'm really happy to be playing with these players and to be involved during pre-season and until the boss tells me otherwise I will keep on playing and enjoying myself."
Pacheco admits that making the transition from the reserves to the first team has been difficult for someone so young, but is confident that he could handle life in the Premier League should he be called upon.
"Everything is different to the football I have been playing in the reserve team," he said.
"It is more competitive, faster, more difficult and you have to work harder but I am trying my best and now I just have to keep going.
"I don't know if I will still be in the team when the season starts though because that would be very difficult for me.
"The Spanish players have come back now and we will maybe have some new players as well so it would be tough for me to stay in the team.
"But I will continue to work hard every day and keep on going. I feel that I am playing quite well and that things are going well for me but, as I say, I cannot afford to stop working. That is the most important thing."