The next time Trent Alexander-Arnold plays for Liverpool will be his 100th game for the club. And, unless I'm missing somebody, he will become the first Scouser since Steven Gerrard in 2001 to achieve that feat. So the last time a Scouser made their 100th Liverpool appearance, Trent was just a few weeks away from turning three years old. He will become the 214th in total (and there's been a few Scousers in that total) and the third three name player after Norwegian pair Stig Inge Bjornebye and John Arne Riise.
It could be against Villa tomorrow, a team he's never faced before, or it could be prolonged and happen against City, a team where he arguably had his greatest performance in a Liverpool shirt. Or it could be slap bang in the middle of those two and happen on a European night at Anfield. Whenever it is, it's safe to say that Trent will be making his 100th Liverpool appearance very, very soon.
And what a rise it's been during his first 99 games. From being in and out of the side, rotating with Gomez at right back, to being shortlisted for the Ballon D'Or, a Champions League winner (and runner up), playing in World Cups and cementing himself as the best right-back in world football.
A major part of the way we play for the way he gets up and down that right hand flank. Set piece delivery is fantastic (at times). And he has a goal in himself as well.
All in all, he hasn't done too badly this early in his career.
So congratulations Trent. Here's to many, many more.