Wide man made a huge impression on Merseyside in 2012-13.
Exciting young Liverpool midfield player Raheem Sterling has already returned to pre-season training at Melwood ahead of schedule as he aims to build on his breakthrough season at Anfield last time out, reports the Daily Mail.
The England international was featuring in his second campaign on Merseyside in 2012-13, however, the 18-year-old was given far more opportunities to shine than in the previous season under Kenny Dalglish’s guidance.
The wide man made 36 appearances in all competitions under new Reds head coach Brendan Rodgers, including 24 in the Premier League, during which time the player scored his first-ever goals for the Merseyside giants.
However, Sterling’s impressive season was cut short by injury, with the winger barely featuring for the Reds in the second half of the campaign, which is why the player has returned to training ahead of schedule as he looks to continue his already remarkable progress at Anfield.