Roberto Firmino has won over Liverpool fans since signing for the club in 2015.
The Brazilian forward joined the club from Hoffenheim in a £29m deal but struggled to adapt during his opening months in English football.
But, when Jurgen Klopp decided to play him in a false-9 role, Firmino came into his own.
He’s now arguably Liverpool’s most important player.
So far in his Reds career, he’s played 201 games and scored 69 times.
Those stats don’t indicate that he’s a world-class striker, but Liverpool fans still wouldn’t trade him for any player in the world.
Reds supporters have taken to Firmino and they have even come up with a song for him, titled ‘Si Senor’.
They frequently sing the song and now Firmino himself has decided to honour the song by getting ‘Si Senor’ stitched onto his new boots.
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Just when Liverpool fans thought they couldn’t love him any more.
It’s not just Liverpool supporters that recognise how good he is – his teammates are also in awe of the Brazilian’s ability.
Trent Alexander-Arnold recently sang his praises in an interview with Liverpool’s official matchday magazine.
“The quality he possesses is unbelievable,” Alexander-Arnold said, per the Daily Express.
“He’s one of the best, if not the best, number nines in the world. We wouldn’t swap him for any other player.
“He is everything to us. We need Bobby to keep ticking. We need him to connect the play and join all the dots for us.
“Without him you see how much the team misses. It shows how much we really do need him.
“You’d struggle to name a better link player.
“If you’re talking about the Premier League I think Bobby is the best and he is still so underrated for what he does for the team.
“Maybe the two other forwards, Sadio and Mo, get all the credit for their goals, but what Bobby does for them can go unnoticed.
“He drags defenders out of position so they can get in behind them and the way that he presses and wins the ball back is relentless. He’s exactly what we need.”