"He's massively underrated," said Alan.
Jordan Henderson has had a mesmeric rise over the past two years under Jurgen Klopp, and has now undoubtedly established himself as one of the best around.
Indeed, the Englishman's share price has been on the rise for the entire season thus far, with his Football Index graph rocketing over the past few weeks, in particular. This has coincided with Henderson's recent surge to become the favourite to claim the prestigious PFA Player of the Year award for his role as captain in this record-breaking Liverpool side.
Now, at 29, it's clear to see that the Reds' captain is hitting his peak years and is certainly one to keep an eye on, believes Alan. This season, Henderson has missed just one Premier League game and has contributed three goals and five assists so far and always seems to be part of each Liverpool move right now.
The ex-Sunderland man may well claim the PFA award, help Liverpool win their first title in 30 years, and perhaps even push England to claim European glory for the first time ever.
No doubt, Henderson is one to watch for 2020.