"He's a local lad, loves Liverpool and I remember when he was coming through the ranks that people were saying he could be the man to replace Jamie Carragher, as he was coming towards the end of his career.
"Liverpool is a club that loves to have one or two of their own in the team. Trent Alexander-Arnold is ticking that box at the moment and Coady could have been in the team as well now if he had stayed.
"As it turns out, they let him leave for Huddersfield in the summer of 2014 and he has gone on to prove himself to be a fine leader at Wolves.
"He is now a part of the England international squad and while I'm sure he would walk back to Liverpool if an offer was put in for him, it's hard to imagine Wolves selling such an important player.
"Sometimes players can force through a move if it is to a club close to their heart, but I suspect Liverpool would have to wait until next summer before they would have any chance of getting Coady.
"Despite their position results in the injuries to Van Dijk and Gomez, I still feel Liverpool need to sign a centre-back in next month's transfer window and hopefully the club are already making moves to sign the player they need."