Liverpool fans adore him. ABUs really like him. Manchester United fans begrudgingly respect him.
Since taking over from Brendan Rodgers at Anfield in October 2015, Jurgen Klopp has transformed Liverpool from nearly men into one of - if not the - greatest club side in Europe.
In doing so, his brand of attacking, vibrant, and high-energy football has been a joy to watch. The former Borussia Dortmund coach might describe his philosophy as 'heavy metal football,' but it has led to Liverpool topping the charts in English football.
Aside from his skills as a coach, Klopp has also conducted himself in an impeccable manner. Simply put, it's very hard to dislike the German coach.
Remember when he took the time to respond to the Donegal youngster who begged him to lose a match? How about the time he recorded a heartfelt message of support to an ill Everton fan?
Klopp's humanity and decency also came to the fore in the aftermath of the horrific attack on Sean Cox.
In fact, the Liverpool manager has written the foreword to the upcoming book about the story of Sean Cox, which has been written by Cox's wife, Martina.
‘I often get asked about leadership in football but in “real life” I can think of no greater example of what a leader is than Sean’s wife, Martina,’ says Klopp as part of his foreword.
All things considered, we're certain that a lot of football fans will be tuned into Channel 4 when the documentary Jurgen Klopp: Germany's Greatest Export airs at 10pm on Monday, August 3.
In terms of an official synopsis, the documentary tells: "The extraordinary story of how Jurgen Klopp went from being relatively unknown in Britain to becoming the saviour of Liverpool Football Club, leading them to their first top-flight title in 30 years. This programme charts his success with the people who know him, some of the great players and managers of our time, including Sir Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard, Jurgen Klinsmann and John Barnes."