Jurgen Klopp will go down in history as the man who brought the title back to Anfield.
Almost five years in the making, this is a sweet night for Liverpool fans. The trophy returning to Liverpool has long been an inevitability, but that won't make it any less of an occasion for the club's supporters.
One man who enjoyed his evening is Jurgen Klopp. He appeared on Sky Sports soon after their status as champions was confirmed and he was in an emotional mood.
'It's for our supporters, it's for you out there.' ❤🏆
Jurgen Klopp joins Sky Sports live after Liverpool were crowned Premier League champions! 🔴🔥
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I have no words. It's unbelievable. It's much more than I thought would be possible, becoming champions with this club is absolutely incredible.
Knowing how much Kenny supported us, this is for you as well Kenny. It's for Stevie, who had to wait a long time. It was built on your soul Kenny, on the legs of Stevie.
The boys admire you, it is easy to motivate the team because of our great history. It's unbelievable. The 95 or 100 minutes of the City game was really tense as you can imagine...
It is an incredible achievement from my players. What they've done over the last two or three years is exceptional and it is pure joy from to coach them...
I didn't wait 30 years, it's only been four-and-a-half, but we didn't really have a chance before last year. It's quite an achievement.
It's a relief because of the three months interruption when nobody knew how it would go on. then you don't know how it will go when it comes back, every game in the Premier League is difficult.
I was very happy last night with the game last night, that gave me a 100 per cent feeling that we will be fine. That was really important for the players and supporters.
Tonight, it is for you out there, it is incredible...
We do it together and it's a joy to do it for you.
What a man.
With the title secured, now Liverpool will be aiming to tear up the record books.