Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has conducted a lengthy interview with club sponsor Western Union, in which he claims he had to forget the past to build a future at Anfield.
The German talks about the weight of expectation because of the size of the club, but suggests this is something that never bothered him because he doesn’t measure his successes by comparing.
The boss suggests his current crop of players will be remembered the way we look at the likes of Kenny Dalglish now, when they eventually retire or move on.
Take a watch of the video below (via LFC/Western Union):
"My dream was always that we could play in any random shirt, but if you watched us play, you would say, ah that's Liverpool" ✊ #LFC Team Culture with Jürgen Klopp Part One, presented by @WesternUnion. pic.twitter.com/t53kj4hHks
— Liverpool FC (at 🏠) (@LFC) May 29, 2020