In terms of role models for a young striker, Liverpool prospect Jack Dunn has learned from two of the best in the business.
He trained regularly with Luis Suarez during the Uruguayan's time at Anfield and currently benefits from the guidance of ex-Reds and Liverpool star Robbie Fowler.
The 20-year-old's next challenge is to continue his blistering start to an initial one month loan spell with Cheltenham Town, having netted on his debut in Saturday's 2-1 win at Oxford United.
"I've trained a lot with Suarez, who is one of the world’s best, but this is a different type of challenge for me now," Dunn said.
"It won’t be an impeccable pitch every week in League Two, but I have to work with it. I will have to chase down balls I won’t be expected to win, persist and hopefully it’ll work out for me.
"I couldn’t pick out one striker who I've based my game on, I just pick out qualities from all of them and make myself the best I can be.
"Robbie Fowler trains with us and gives me wise words and that can only help me to become the best striker I can be."
Dunn started in attack with fellow scouser Terry Gornell at the Kassam Stadium and he hopes it can be the start of a fruitful partnership.
"Terry held the ball up well and I was able to spin in behind, so hopefully we can build on that start we've made together," Dunn said.
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