Wayne Rooney took a trip down memory lane in a 'Throwback Thursday' Instagram post from his time as a Liverpool Schoolboy.
The Manchester United captain captioned the post: "Liverpool Schoolboys team photo aged 10. Who can spot me?"
Rooney scored 72 goals in a single season for the under-11s side during the 1992/93 season - a record that stood for 17 years until Gerard Garner broke it in 2010.
England's all-time record goalscorer has been linked with a return to Liverpool with his former boyhood team, Everton.
“I believe that Wayne Rooney is still playing at a high level,” said the Everton manager.
“I think he made a good choice to stay at Manchester United and in the Premier League because he has still two or three years in front of him to play on a high level.
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“What will happen at the end of the season? I don’t know but in my opinion he is one of the players who can make Everton more stronger. It’s all about what the player likes, what Manchester United needs to do, and we are not involved in that project.
“But every player that we at Everton think can make the team stronger is welcome to Everton.”
Wayne Rooney remains out of favour with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who has refused to be drawn on Everton's public pursuit of their former academy graduate.