I grew up in Hockley, Birmingham. It was an environment I'll never forget in terms of playing football on local pitches, kicking a ball around in the front garden and all over the house. It was a positive place to live, and somewhere, that gave me the right grounding for where I am today.
You always watch Match of the Day and think to yourself, 'I think I could've scored that chance.' But when you're young, you always want to play. For me, it's not about someone saying, 'We want you to play every game.' It's about being given the opportunity. That's more important.
If I score a goal in training, it feels great. But in a stadium, especially Anfield, or even when you score away and the fans are silent, it's just amazing. You are just in the moment. There are times when I've scored, and I can't even remember what happened. It's so good.
There was a shop in Birmingham called Autographs, where I'm from in Birmingham. My uncles and dad used to shop there. They played professionally, too. When I started, I went to Autograph, and they had brands like Rick Owens. There are loads of brands, like my go-to brands that I will go to if I want to buy jeans, like DSquared or Balmain.
It's difficult, the synergy between Drake and our generation - my generation, anyway - in the sense that his music is vulnerable, he's very open, and you can connect to it. Like 'Started From The Bottom,' for instance. Not many people would have thought about that, even though it is a simple song.
I'd say Jordan Henderson's got some good clothes. I call Stevie G 'James Bond' because he looks good in everything, and he's got the lot. I called him James Bond at the weekend, and I don't think he liked it, but that's what I'm calling him! Martin Skrtel's got some good clobber as well.