Liverpool have been devastatingly fantastic this season and by all accounts have won their first Premier League trophy; their first top flight championship in 30 years. However, Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Virgil Van Dijk normally take all the headlines but who have been the unsung heroes this season?\n\n\n\nAllison, Goalkeeper\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nThe\nBrazilian goalkeeper was brought in for a huge amount of money from Roma but\nthat sum is barely anything now given the amount of clean sheets and defensive assurances\nhe has brought to a previously shaky Liverpool side. He has twelve clean sheets\nthis season from eighteen appearances.\n\n\n\nIt is not\njust his traditional goalkeeping skills that set him apart but his distribution\nas well. He is calm and collected with the ball at his feet and is able to\nstart attacks from the back. His ball playing contribution was highlighted this\nseason when he managed to pick out Salah who finished off Manchester United in\ntheir 2-0 home win. \n\n\n\nFabinho, Defensive Midfielder\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAnother\nBrazilian but this one is able to command the midfield with his strength and\ndominance. Fabinho does not get all the plaudits because he is a not a pretty midfielder\nwho creates chance after chance but he does the dirty work by committing tackle\nafter tackle.\n\n\n\nAs stated\nhe may not be the most creative but he does have three assists in the league\nthis year and one goal. However, that goal is in contention for goal of the\nseason as he blasted a vicious strike past Ederson from all of 25 yards out. It\nwas a vital goal in helping Liverpool move away from Manchester City in\nNovember.\n\n\n\nDivock Origi, Striker\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nOrigi seems to know his role in this Liverpool set up. He knows he is not going to start every week ahead of Salah, Mane and Firmino but knows he might be required to save the day when brought on from the bench or start a few games if there is an injury. He proved this last season in the Champions League semi-final and final as he bagged in both games.\n\n\n\nThis season\nhe may only have three goals but two of them came against Merseyside rivals\nEverton; he will always be a cult hero if he scores against Everton. The energy\nhe brings to the side really helps them when they need to push on and find a\nwinner.\n\n\n\nTrent Alexander-Arnold, Right Back\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nArguably\nthe best right back in the world at the moment. At times he can be quite\nsusceptible defensively but he has adopted the new modern right back role fantastically.\nHe has so much stamina that he will keep running and running all day long;\nwhether that be forwards or backwards. \n\n\n\nAlexander-Arnold\npossess another key skill and that is his range of passing from a dead ball or\nmoving ball scenario. Liverpool are essentially playing with a creative midfielder\nat right back as he is able to find a pass that many others cannot. He\ncurrently has thirteen Premier League assists and is only bettered by Kevin De\nBruyne with 16 assists. \n\n\n\nJordan Henderson, Central Midfield \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nAt one time\nHenderson was seen as your average central midfielder who will just run\ntirelessly and hustle players. However, he still does all of that and his work\nrate is exactly what manager Jurgen Klopp has been working on since he arrived\nbut he has managed to improve on his range of passing and can find the pass\nthat he might have been afraid of playing earlier in his career.\n\n\n\nHis\nleadership makes him stand out as a key component in this Liverpool side as he\nis constantly motivating his teammates to give it their all so that they are\nable to add another trophy to their ever growing cabinet. Henderson will, more\nthan likely, be the first English captain to win a Premier League, a Champions\nLeague, a League Cup and a Club World Cup.