Photo: Liverpool star Danny Ings returns to Burnley

The Liverpool striker oversees his disability project at Burnley

Liverpool striker Danny Ings meets some fans Photo: Danny Ings/Twitter

Danny Ings is fast becoming a fan’s favourite at Liverpool.

The England Under-21 international has impressed for the Reds in recent weeks with his desire and work-rate, whilst the striker has also scored three goals in five appearances in all competitions.

But Ings also appears to be a hard-working and thoughtful individual off the pitch, too, after the 22-year-old took the time to visit his disability project at former club, Burnley.

The Liverpool summer signing posted the above snap with a Reds fan and paid tribute to the Burnley FC Community scheme, which aims to inspire, support and deliver change in communities.

Ings moved to Liverpool from Burnley on a free transfer in the summer window.

The summer signing scored a respectable 11 goals in 35 Premier League games for Sean Dyche’s outfit last season, although he couldn’t fire Burnley to safety.

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Ings has netted four times in 13 appearances for England’s Under-21 side.

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