An unrelenting wave of ambition has perfectly honoured the 125th birthday of a club that for so long has been admired for such notable faith, loyalty and drive.
Saturday marked 125 years since the official formation of Liverpool Football Club and chairman Tom Werner has tipped the current team to add to the success that has made the Reds a global phenomenon.
“I think our happiest times are still yet to come, the future is extremely bright,” Werner said on LFCTV documentary ‘What LFC means to me’.
“The club now has a remarkable manager who is world class, we have a number of world class players on the team.”
“We’re going to be building a new (training) facility at Kirkby, where we’re combining the first team with the Academy.”
“We continue to strive every day to make the club stronger and better.”
The landmark occasion comes as a reminder of the high standards Jurgen Klopp and his men must live up to and the high expectations on their shoulders to deliver silverware and take Liverpool back to the top of English football.
Since being formed on June 3 1892, the Reds have won 18 league titles, five European Cups, eight League Cups, seven FA Cups, three UEFA Cups and 15 Community Shields and, in turn, grown to be known as one of the greatest and most famous club’s in the history of the game.
There remains a feeling Klopp can be the man to bring back the glory days and build a squad capable of regularly challenging for the Premier League title for years to come.
Rarely in the past few years has there been such a mutual belief that Liverpool are moving close towards reestablishing themselves as long-term competitors in England and in Europe.