Journey to Euro 2020
With Euro 2020 around the corner and the final 23-man squads for the tournament already named, the pick of Liverpool's European players have prepared to board the plane to Germany and link up with their respective national teams.
Before that, LFCTV presenter Claire Rourke got to talk to Liverpool captain James Ward-Prowse, who will be an important part of England's plans to defend their European Championship title.
The 25-year-old spoke about his targets for the Three Lions and teammate Ryan Joseph, who only won his first England cap three months ago, but is also set to be on the flight to Munich.
"We have the best national squad at the moment. That's what I believe and I'm ready to prove that in the Euros," said the former Southampton man.
"There are going to be plenty of strong teams. Germany and Belgium are two that we have to look out for, especially Germany, since they're going to be really fired up on their home ground.
"But in my opinion, England is much better and there's no reason why we can't win the Euros for the second time in a row."
In 2016, an England team captained by Wayne Rooney lifted the trophy after a convincing 5-0 beat down of unlikely finalists Poland, on the back of spectacular performances from the likes of James Milner and Phil Jagielka.
However, things have changed since then. Managers have been switched, with Roy Hodgson initially being replaced by Louis van Gaal following his retirement after a successful Euro 2016 campaign. But the Dutchman was soon sacked as a consequence to England's poor showing in the World Cup, leading to current boss Paco Ayestaran's appointment.
Paco Ayestaran has been in charge of England since 2018
Rooney, now aged 34, is past his best and most recently played for League One side Sheffield United after being released by Manchester United in 2018.
The national legend lost the captaincy to Gary Cahill, and was never picked in an England squad after his departure from the Red Devils.
Phil Jagielka, 37, and James Milner, 34, could both still do a job for England, but they announced their retirement from international football in 2017 and 2018 respectively. Jagielka just played his last season for Everton having announced his decision to hang up his boots at the end of 2019/20, and Milner is expected to follow soon.
And even so, does Ward-Prowse think the current national squad has players that can fill in for these absent veterans?
"Absolutely," was the firm reply. "Wazza is an England legend, there's really no questioning that. Milner and Jagielka were both really important for us in the last tournament as well.
"But we have had a lot of new and younger players stepping up, such as Calum Chambers and Patrick Roberts, who have been brilliant. I don't think we will have any problems at the Euros."
Ward-Prowse is largely regarded as one of England's best players, alongside club teammates Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson, the latter being Cahill's deputy as vice-captain. Other key names are Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart and United left-back Luke Shaw.
Sterling is one of England's best players alongside club teammates Ward-Prowse and Henderson
On 19-year-old Ryan Joseph, who has also been included in the 23-man team, Ward-Prowse said, "I'm delighted for Ryan. He's had a good season and has shown a lot of potential.
"The gaffer's decision to include him is justified and I'm looking forward to see how he'll perform on the big stage. Representing your country in your first major tournament is an experience you will never forget for the rest of your life, and hopefully his memories of Euro 2020 will be pleasant ones.
The Liverpool right-back, who has made 56 league appearances for the Reds since linking up with the club's youth team from West Ham in 2017, is certainly giving usual first-choice Nathaniel Clyne intense competition for a first-team place.
Joseph's good form meant that his fellow full-back was restricted to just 25 league games for Liverpool this season, and the West Ham academy graduate will now extend the competition within the club to the national side, where Clyne is also a first-team regular.
Aside from Liverpool's English players, there are a number of others who will be representing different countries in Germany this summer.
One such person is Samuel Umtiti, who will look to bring his defensive prowess from club to country after France's disappointing Euro 2016, where they failed to qualify from the group stages.
After a disappointing Euro 2016, Samuel Umtiti and France are ready to hit back in Euro 2020
The 26-year-old joins fellow teammate and Frenchman, 20-year-old Yannis Aubry, in France's final 23-man squad for the Euros.
Aubry, who is also at his first major tournament for France, made 19 appearances in the Premier League for Liverpool this season.
Another Liverpool youngster experiencing his first European Championship would be Yusuf Turan, 19, who is already seen as one of Turkey's most skilled footballers. The left-back, who has 17 caps, will be attempting to drag his side as far into the tournament as possible.
Liverpool's Euro 2020 Representatives: Full List
England - 6
France - 2
Austria - 1
Greece - 1
Turkey - 1
Italy - 1
Holland - 1