Sheyi Ojo is a promising winger whose talents have been honed in Liverpool's Academy since his 2011 move from MK Dons.

A pacey wideman who can play on the left or right flank, the Englishman can be a nightmare for opposing defenders to play against.

After featuring for the U18 squad, Ojo stepped up to the U21 squad for the 2014-15 season and also received a call-up to the England U18 squad.

In February 2015, Ojo enjoyed a successful spell with Championship outfit Wigan Athletic on loan, before returning and being called up by Brendan Rodgers for the 2015 pre-season tour of Bangkok, Brisbane, Adelaide and Malaysia.

He was given his first-team bow when he made an appearance off the bench in Kuala Lumpur against the Malaysia XI.

Ojo spent the first part of the 2015-16 season on loan in the Championship with Wolves and scored a memorable goal in the Midlands derby win over Birmingham City.

He was recalled from his loan by Jürgen Klopp on January 7, 2016 and went on to make his competitive debut for the Reds in a 2-2 FA Cup draw with Exeter City.

He notched his maiden senior goal in the subsequent replay, curling impressively into the far corner from the edge of the box after cutting from the right wing.

Ojo made several more appearances in the Premier League before the season's end, highlighting his promise with some eye-catching displays.

And he will hope to continue progressing in 2016-17 as he continues to learn from Klopp.

He joined Championship side Fulham on a season-long loan in August 2017.