Pep: ‘We conquered all of Europe and we’re never gonna stop.. ’
Our popular young (he's literally only 36) coach Pep Lijnders was literally blown away with the scenes on Sunday, after the events of Saturday night and wants to just carry on going.
The former manager of Eredivisie team NEC (and LFC coach prior to that) has been back at Anfield since last year, when he was promoted to first team coach after a place opened up.
Since then, we've barely looked back, reaching a second consecutive Champions League final and amassing a mind-blowing 97 points in the Premier League.
But lifting the biggest trophy in club football for the 6th time on Saturday night capped off what really has been a spectacular and record-breaking season.
That is something that Pep wants to make sure continues apace in 2019-2020. Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Pep said: "I’m so proud we’ve won the cup with those big, big ears. Bringing it home to Liverpool, you dream about this when you are young.
"I want to dedicate this cup to ‘team spirit’, the most important ingredient of this season for us. We came here together and it’s not always easy, but standing around these players, these coaches in front of these fans, I can’t believe.
"I would say, ‘Please everyone, keep this feeling of desire, passion and ambition into the next season.’ We shall not be moved.
"We said before the game it’s about energy, identity and passion. Finals are to attack with full confidence, conviction and a 100 per cent winning attitude, nothing else, they are to win… and we did it!
"As I’ve said before, you have to deserve the right to be ambitious and, wow, these boys deserved everything.
"I have just one message from us to the world of football: ‘We conquered all of Europe and we’re never gonna stop…’
"Thank you all for this historical season. We are all together Liverpool Football Club."