The Holland international notched his first Liverpool goal against Newcastle United on September 20, 2006, and he'd net a further 13 in his debut season.
He was already proving a hit with the fans, not least for his habit of applauding all four stands after each game. A move that was highly appreciated by Kops.
He will be most remembered by his brace at Goodison Park, where his two late goals gave Liverpool the win at the home of a bitter rival, Everton.
The following season, he showed more consistency in front of goal, he has overcome his personal tragedy, the loss of his father. He was very influential in the run to the semi-final of the Champions League, as goals against Inter Milan and Arsenal were very crucial, before Liverpool went out against Chelsea in the semi-final.
Before Kuyt left Liverpool for Fenerbache in the summer of 2012, he collected a medal, a Carling Cup medal, the final match where he scored in regular time and he also converted his spot-kick. He left in search of the new challenge, having done it all with Liverpool.
His personal best was 2010/2011 season where he was the team top scorer with 15 goals. Anfield will always have a fond memory of the number 18 Dutchman.