Andre broke into Liverpool’s first team in the 2012-13 season, appearing in the Premier League and Europa League for the Reds after previously amassing 27 caps at various youth levels for England prior to his Under-21 debut.
A strong and technically proficient defender, who is as comfortable with the ball at his feet as he is when making sure the opposition are kept at bay with his tackling and aerial prowess, Wisdom is an impressive figure.
The big Yorkshireman was initially with Bradford City as a youngster, but his sparkling form for the junior teams there saw him attract the attention of Liverpool, who swiftly signed him when he was just 14.
He has since impressed at Anfield with his performances for their Academy and also for England at both U16 and U17 level.
His finest moment to date undoubtedly came in May 2010 though, when he was the player who scored England U17s' equalising goal against Spain in the Final of the European Championship, setting them on the way to victory.
Wisdom's form throughout that competition made him a key player for John Peacock's side and it was no real surprise that he made the step-up to the U19s a few months later, debuting against Slovakia at Crewe in September 2010.
That game also saw him perform admirably in a midfield role, as opposed to the central defensive berth he had previously excelled at.
After helping Noel Blake's U19s to qualify for the Euro Finals in 2012, he was unfortunate to miss the tournament through injury but the following season saw him make the breakthrough into the Under-21s.
He made such an impression that then-coach Stuart Pearce selected him for the Euro Finals in Israel, where he was one of the brightest players in the squad despite the disappointment of that tournament.
New Under-21 head coach Gareth Southgate also saw the potential in Wisdom, naming him as his captain for the new Euro qualifying campaign in 2013.