LFCTV brought Lallana and Henderson to the school near Melwood as they interviewed children on their favourite Liverpool players.
There were some Everton supporters, too, which led to some interesting encounters when the Reds stars emerged from behind a curtain at the back of the hall.
There were some impressive celebrations on show, too, not least by Henderson himself, who gave his version of the Sturridge dance.
They’ll be hoping some of their festive goodwill will rub off on Merseyside, as they look to continue their fine run at the top end of the table, sitting just six points off leaders Chelsea.
Both Lallana and Henderson have been key to Liverpool success so far in 2016/17, and Blackmoor Junior School will no doubt hope this continues.