Trent Alexander-Arnold has extended his stay at Liverpool after signing a new long-term deal at the club until 2025.
The 22-year-old right-back has become a key member of Jurgen Klopp's squad since breaking into the first-team in 2016, helping them win the Champions League and Premier League in recent seasons.
The Times are also reporting academy graduate will now be among the highest earners at Liverpool after signing what is understood to be a new four-year deal.
'I'm honoured to be given the opportunity and to be shown the trust in the club to be given an extension, so it was a no-brainer for me,' Alexander-Arnold told the club's official website.
'The state the club is in and where I'm at in my career is always a good option for me. To extend and make sure I'm here longer is always a good thing. I'm made up.
'It's the only club I've ever really known, so to be here for this amount of time and extending to be here for a longer amount of time is amazing for me and my family.
'It's a proud moment for me – it always is – signing a new contract here. To be given the trust, like I said before, by the club and the staff is an amazing feeling.'
The right-back endured a mixed season in 2020-21, going off the boil during the first half of the campaign, but bounced back to help Klopp's men secure a Champions League spot.
Alexander-Arnold's last-gasp winner against Aston Villa was a key result in helping the Reds finish in the top four and his resurgence saw Gareth Southgate recall him for the Euros, after the England boss omitted him from the Three Lions' fixtures in March.
However, the Reds star would not compete at the Euros after picking up a thigh issue in the Three Lions' first pre-tournament friendly against Austria, with new Arsenal defender Ben White named as his replacement.