During his playing days, there were few better passers of the ball than Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard.
Particularly during the latter stages of his career, Gerrard became further reliant on his passing ability as his body began to wind down and he was unable to rampage around the pitch like he was once able to.
As a previously world class player in his prime, the 38-year-old often can’t help but get involved during training - with comments often made that he could still probably do a job in Rangers’ midfield in the Scottish Premiership.
Rangers have recently been out training in Tenerife doing some warm-weather training during Scotland’s winter break, welcoming Jermain Defoe and Steven Davis to the fold in the process. The former England captain took the opportunity to get his boots back on and play with the side in training.
In doing so, cameras captured him playing a trademark crossfield pass out to captain James Tavernier, something we became all too familiar with seeing during his playing days at Anfield.
Watch below as Gerrard shows he’s still got plenty in his locker - and potentially leaves new signing Davis worried about his place in the team!