All about Adam Lallana, who has now completed his move from Saints to Liverpool.
1988: May 10 - Born in St Albans.
2000: Joins Southampton's academy from Bournemouth's Centre of Excellence as a 12-year-old.
2005: Reaches the FA Youth Cup final with Southampton, but Ipswich win the trophy.
2006: August 23 - Makes his first-team debut for Southampton in a 5-2 League Cup victory over Yeovil.
October 31 - Signs new three-year contract with Saints.
2008: April 28 - Scores his first Southampton goal in a Championship meeting with West Brom.
August 29 - Signs another three-year contract.
2010: May 8 - Scores his 20th goal of the 2009-10 season in a final-day 3-1 victory over Southend.
2011: January 7 - Signs new contract with Southampton which runs to the summer of 2015.
May 7 - Southampton are promoted to the Championship as League One runners-up.
Lallana is named in the 2010-11 League One team of the year after scoring 11 goals.
2012: April 28 - Southampton secure their return to the Premier League with a 4-0 victory over Coventry.
Lallana's personal haul of 13 goals sees him named in the 2011-12 Championship team of the year.
September 10 - Called up to the senior England squad for the first time but does not feature against Ukraine in a World Cup qualifier.
October 20 - Scores his first Premier League goal in a 4-1 defeat at West Ham.
2013: April 6 - His goal in a 2-0 win over Reading is the 50th of his career.
April 11 - Signs a new five-year contract with Southampton.
November 15 - Wins his first England cap in a 2-0 friendly defeat to Chile at Wembley.
2014: April 18 - Included on a six-man shortlist for the PFA player of the year award but loses out to Liverpool's Luis Suarez.
April 27 - Named in the PFA team of the year alongside Southampton team-mate Luke Shaw, who has since moved to Manchester United.
May 12 - Selected as part of Roy Hodgson's 23-man England squad for the World Cup in Brazil.
May 30 - Liverpool make an improved offer of £25million after a bid of £20m is rejected by Southampton.
June 14 - Plays in his first World Cup game after replacing Daniel Sturridge 10 minutes from full-time in a 2-1 defeat to Italy.
He is subsequently used as a substitute in the 2-1 loss to Uruguay and is named in the starting line-up for the goalless draw with Costa Rica.
June 27 - After returning from Brazil, Lallana undergoes a medical with Liverpool ahead of a reported £25m transfer.
July 1 - Completes permanent transfer to Liverpool on "a long-term deal".