Liverpool are set to offer Andrew Robertson a new contract following his impressive start to life at the club.
The Scotland international arrived at Anfield last year from relegated Hull City in a deal worth around £10m – and he has proved to be an absolute bargain for the club.
The Mirror are reporting that the twenty-four year old will be handed a pay rise as part of the new contract, which would see him getting paid more than £60,000 a week.
Robertson has three years left on the deal he signed when he arrived last Summer, but the club are prepared to reward him for his excellent form since taking over the left-back role from Alberto Moreno.
His energetic and composed outings in the side last season saw him cement himself as first choice under manager Jurgen Klopp after an initial period of playing second fiddle to the Spaniard.
And he continued that fine form with his performance against West Ham United in the opening fixture of the Premier League season at Anfield, where he laid on the assist for Mohamed Salah to open the scoring in the 4-0 victory.
Robertson is viewed as the long-term option for his position and tying him down to the club with a contract extension is a good way of recognising this.