Peter Moore expects more silverware under the 'world class' Klopp
It took him three and a half years to finally win a trophy at Liverpool, which saw us lose out in the League and Europa League cups in his first half-season in charge, before missing out on the Champions League final last season.
But despite the claims that he was a perpetual loser and didn't know how to win a final, Klopp proved all of his doubters wrong three weeks ago, as his Liverpool team came good.
The Reds have come a long way since that day, that will be remembered fondly for the rest of LFC history, when Jurgen Norbert Klopp became our new manager.
He's taken us very far since then, to the point where we've achieved the highest ever second-placed points total last season. And the third highest points total in English top-flight history.
Throw in three elite European finals and a Champions League win (and not to mention his breaking of the Bayern Munich monopoly at Borussia Dortmund) and you have to seriously question the sanity of anybody saying he isn't one of the best managers in the world.
For the club's owners and, in particular, the Red's CEO Peter Moore, Klopp is world class and he is looking forward to even more silverware under his talented playing and coaching team.
Speaking (via the Liverpool Echo) in the Official Story of Liverpool's 2018-19 season (which will release in a week), Moore said: "What has struck me in my second full season here at the club is that the chemistry and the talent within the squad - all brought together by a world-class manager - provides us with great optimism that they will bring even more silverware to this wonderful club.
"Let’s hope that like the old saying about London buses, when one comes along, there are always two or three close behind.
"There is so much to look forward to from this brilliant team.
"You really cannot help but see us winning more trophies, although it is easier said than done.
"Having said that, we have exactly the right infrastructure at Liverpool to give us a chance of making it happen."
It's fair to say that Moore is enjoying himself just as much as the rest of the staff and playing squad at the moment, and who can blame the man!