Ryan Kent continues to symbolise the fruitful working relationship between Liverpool and Rangers.
The winger returned for a second stint under Steven Gerrard in the summer, the Gers rolling out the red carpet for the 23-year-old after splashing out £7million to make his loan permanent.
And although he has perhaps struggled to hit the heights expected, by and large, he has been a major success.
Kent has netted seven goals in 21 Premiership appearances this term, including a winner against Celtic, while his goal against Braga in Portugal showed he’s not shy to make his mark on the big stage.
Football moves fast, however, and with Kent now well-established, attentions have already turned to who could be the next player to march along the beaten path from Merseyside to Glasgow.
Here are five of the leading candidates.
Spanish midfielder Chirivella is another player rated highly, but at 22 he’s looking highly unlikely to make the grade at Anfield. He’s been limited to a handful of cup appearances so far as he enters the final few months of his contract.
As is customary with anyone associated with Liverpool, Chirivella speaks glowingly of Gerrard and has previously admitted his admiration for the Gers boss.
Shortly after joining Liverpool in 2014, Chirivella said: “In the first team Steven Gerarrd is the person I have to admire because he’s been everything here at Liverpool.”
With a new deal unlikely, he’s likely to be available on a free transfer when the summer window rolls around.
Elliott is being billed as the next big thing so Liverpool are expected to bide their time and pick the perfect first loan destination for him.
Given Gerrard’s connections at Anfield and the key role he’s played in several of their star youngsters’ development, Rangers should be able to present a pretty strong case for any of Liverpool’s prospects.
Elliott isn’t likely to leave Liverpool permanently any time soon, and even a loan looks on the unlikely side since he’s expected to continue his pathway into the first-team next season.
But stranger things have happened and should the Reds see no immediate chances for him in the team, a loan move in the not-so-distant future could be very beneficial indeed.
All of the other players listed are exciting attack-minded talents, whereas Hoever’s skills are best utilised at the other end of the field.
The Dutch defender made his first team debut in an FA Cup tie with Wolves last January, just a couple of weeks before he turned 17.
Hoever has trained with Liverpool’s first team a number of times since and scored his first senior goal in a League Cup win over MK Dons this season.
Hoever is comfortable at right-back or in central defence and could offer Rangers cheap temporary cover for James Tavernier, Connor Goldson and co.
The Welshman was Liverpool’s youngest ever goalscorer when he scored against Leeds back in November 2016.
But while he remains just 20, a couple of ill-fated loan spells - coupled with the Reds’ rapid ascent to the top of the world - means he has his work cut out for him to make good on his early promise.
Woodburn was farmed out to League One Oxford United after a spell at Sheffield United didn’t quite work out last season but a serious injury has set him back once more.
Liverpool will be considering their options for the versatile attacking midfielder come the summer, and it’s likely they will want one more loan before cutting ties permanently comes into consideration.
And if Gerrard shows an interest then you can be sure Liverpool will give that some serious thought.
Ojo is a player well known to Rangers fans after following Kent’s path from Liverpool’s second string to Ibrox - but has he done enough to earn a permanent transfer?
The winger has struggled to make the same sort of impact as Kent, and his tendency to drift in and out of games without delivering consistently has proved a major source of frustration.
After an impressive whirlwind start he’s struggled to hold down a spot in the starting XI which is a stark comparison to Kent, who was one of the first names on the teamsheet during his first Ibrox spell.
There’s no denying, however, that Ojo has ability. If he can knuckle down for the remainder of his time in Scotland and start to show what he can do more regularly, then there’s no doubt he has all the tools in his locker to make an impact.