Trent Alexander-Arnold has had a superb season for Liverpool and he didn't let Manchester City winning the Premier League title ruin his time at Anfield with his mates.
The BBC's Ben Smith posted on Twitter a photo of the 20-year-old right-back after the Wolverhampton Wanderers match as he put in crosses for his friends.
"Trent Alexander-Arnold is still playing out on the pitch, currently putting crosses in for his mates at the Anfield Rd end," he tweeted.
What a lad!
Trent, who was voted the best right-back in the world in one of our readers' polls, said that he was disappointed that the Reds missed out on the title, though it didn't dampen his optimism for the following season.
"I'm gutted, it is a tough one to take but City proved they are one of the best teams in the world," he said.
"We only lost one game and you expect to win the league. But it is what it is and we go again next year."
Following on from their 2-0 victory over Wolves, Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp praised his side for the brilliant performances that they turned in this season.
"The team made so many big steps in the last year," he told BBC Sport. "The boys were all there from last season apart from [goalkeeper] Alisson.
"It's a very special season, a better season than I played with my team [Borussia Dortmund] when we were champions in Germany. But we cannot ignore one team were better.
"It's clear we were lucky in moments, like City were. We were unlucky against City, but scored in the last second against Everton and late on against Newcastle [United] -- they could have been draws as well.
"The season is a very long, hard one. You have to deal with setbacks. We were always competitive. City got the points they have because we were there.
"They have 198 points in two years; that's special. We made such big steps. Always after a good year we lost key players [in the past] but we won't so we'll be there again."
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