WARRINGTON has produced its fair share of talent in years gone by, and there is one player shining at Liverpool who was picked up from this town.

Following the likes of Jesse Lingard, David Brooks and Josh Brownhill to come through the ranks at neighbouring Premier League clubs, the next on the list could be Jarell Quansah.

The 18-year-old joined Liverpool at the age of seven and has been with the academy ever since.

Quansah even led the Reds’ backline in the FA Youth Cup final last night, Monday, but they fell to a 2-1 defeat against Aston Villa.

That comes at the end of the Under 18s Premier League season for Liverpool, one in which Quansah was captain for a large part as they finished third.

His performances were rewarded with a first England under 18s call-up in late March, as he had played for the under 16s and under 17s previously.

A centre-back by trade, who can also play at right-back, Quansah signed his first professional contract in February of this year which was a long-term deal.

Despite training a few times with the first-team at Liverpool, he is yet to make a senior appearance.