Gerrard rejoined Liverpool in January to take on an academy coaching role at Kirkby.
The 36-year-old has no doubt had a huge impact on Liverpool's young stars with his wealth of experience and legendary status at the club.
The former England captain has made no secret of his hope to step into full-time management in the near future and has his sights set on the Anfield hot seat on day.
Steven Gerrard will take charge of Liverpool's U18 side next season
Gerrard has reportedly impressed in his role at the Academy
And Liverpool are reportedly ready to fast-track Gerrard into his first management role since retiring from professional football in November.
The Times have reported that Gerrard will take charge of Liverpool's under-18 squad next season.
The report went on to claim that both Jurgen Klopp and academy director Alex Inglethorpe have been impressed at how Gerrard has applied himself to his new role.
Steven Gerrard watches Liverpool Under-18s take on Man United counterparts Fri, March 10, 2017
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard was back on the bench on Friday evening watching the Under-18s take on their Manchester United counterparts
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Steven Gerrard set to take charge of Liverpool Under-18s next season.
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Soon after announcing his retirement from the game last year, Gerrard was inundated with offers to make an immediate step into management.
League One side MK Dons were the most forthcoming in their approach to the Liverpool legend.
Gerrard went as far as holding talks with Dons chairman Pete Winkelamn, but the BT Sport pundit revealed that the time wasn't right to step into full-time management.