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Liverpool's teenage striker trying to catch Klopp's eye after latest exploits

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Now Layton Stewart, the teenage striker around whom there is a buzz of expectation among regular observers of youth level, is the latest to receive the treatment, his fleet-footed, rapier style likened to that of Fernando Torres and Michael Owen, his dead-eye finishing reminiscent of Robbie Fowler.

"Each step coming from 16s to the 18s and now 23s, it's getting closer.

There is a familiar burden to shoulder for any youngster attempting to rise through the Academy ranks at Liverpool.

With supporters seeking a recognisable reference point, comparisons will inevitably be made with those whose footsteps in which the budding hopeful is aiming to follow.

For Curtis Jones, it has been Steven Gerrard.

It's big for me and my family for me to keep doing what I'm doing and hopefully push on."

"I have to just be myself and not try to be anyone else or compare myself to any of the big players who have played for this club or play there now."
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