Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler is pleased seeing Raheem Sterling agree terms over a new deal.
Sterling has decided to commit himself to the Reds for the next five years.
â€śWhat Iâ€™m seeing is that this is a kid whoâ€™s had the right attitude drilled into him, and I think thatâ€™s a good thing for Liverpool - a big thing,â€ť Fowler told the Mirror.
â€śSterling has a great talent, but what he also has that makes him stand out is a maturity in his approach to the teamâ€™s needs that you rarely see in youngsters. That shows heâ€™d being coached and developed in the right way.
â€śItâ€™s so easy these days for kids to believe their own publicity. They are treated like superstars, they get massive money even before theyâ€™ve done anything, and they donâ€™t have to clean boots or the terraces any more!
â€śBut I watch Raheem and I can see he has respect for the team and for the senior players around him.
"And his decision-making is good - he doesnâ€™t just want to beat players and then shoot to get personal glory.
"I think the manager has to take some credit in that development. Heâ€™s still a kid and got a long way to go - he needs to improve his final ball - but Brendan Rodgers has already proved himself as a coach at the top level, and heâ€™s in the right hands.â€ť