Lucas Leiva spent 10 years playing for Liverpool before deciding to close the door on his time at the Merseyside outfit.
The midfielder dropped down the pecking order under manager Jurgen clop and as a result, moved on last summer.
The Brazilian international, who has been capped 22 times for his country, signed for Italian club Lazio.
The 31-year-old slotted comfortably into his role at the Serie A outfit as he made 50 appearances in all competitions, 36 of which were in the league.
In the time, the midfielder, who won the League Cup during his 10-year spell at Anfield, contributed four goals and seven assists.
At the age of 31, Lucas still has years left in his game and it appears that he is in no mood to slow down.
It would be difficult to envisage a way back to Liverpool for the Dourados-born footballer, but after going over his season statistics, some fans would welcome a return.
Others are just happy to see their former midfielder performing at his best level.