There aren't many better to learn football from than Dutch legend Dirk Kuyt.
The forward seems to be getting better with age, scoring 19 Eredivisie goals last season and he currently has eight strikes in 24 league games this year. He also starred for several years at Liverpool while he finished second and third with the Netherlands at the 2010 and 2014 World Cups respectively.
Therefore, you would imagine Kuyt's son will be an absolute baller, coupled with that industrious work ethic the Dutchman has become renowned for. And you would be right.
Kuyt posted a video on Twitter of his five-year-old son Aidan scoring a mesmerising goal during a youth match on Saturday, showing exceptional dribbling skills whilst gliding past four opposition players before slamming an effort past a helpless goalkeeper.
— Dirk Kuyt (@Kuyt) March 18, 2017
The former Utrecht and Fenerbahce forward managed to capture the moment on video, coupling the footage with the caption: "5 years old and he loves this game already just as much as I do ������������ #proud#derby#quickboyskatwijk#Aidan#Kuyt".
Kuyt is fondly remembered by Liverpool fans, having won the League Cup in 2012 as well as scoring 71 goals in 286 appearances for the Reds.