Right-back Stephen Darby graduated to Melwood during the summer of 2006 after the best part of a decade at the Academy.
The Scouser was a key part of the 2006 and 2007 FA Youth Cup victories, wearing the captain's armband in the first of those wins.
He was also skipper when Liverpool Reserves lifted the Dallas Cup following victory over Mexican side Tigres in March 2008, receiving the trophy from Reds co-owner Tom Hicks.
Two months later Darby lifted the national reserve league trophy at Anfield after a 3-0 victory over southern champions Aston Villa.
The defender made his senior bow as a substitute in a Carling Cup defeat to Tottenham on November 12, 2008.