After a somewhat tiresome transfer saga, Jose Enrique finally completed his protracted move from Newcastle to Liverpool last week, and is firmly focused on looking forward - not back.
The Spanish left-back was thrown into action by Kenny Dalglish just one day after putting pen to paper on Merseyside, and was pitted against familiar foes in Steve Bruce's Sunderland.
Enrique put in a refined display during an encounter which ended 1-1 after periods of Liverpool dominance, although there were plenty of positives for Dalglish to take, with four debutants on display.
It was certainly a day Enrique will never forget - regardless of the result - with the 25-year-old simply honoured to pull on the famous red jersey.
"It's an amazing feeling when you walk out onto the pitch and the crowd sing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' before kick-off," he told Liverpoolfc.tv.
"It was an amazing feeling for me to put the red shirt on for the first time because this is a fantastic club."
He added: "When the manager told me I was starting I called up my family because they all wanted to watch the game.
"In the first half we played some unbelievable stuff and we need to do that for 90 minutes. If we can do that then we can beat anyone.
"We want to get back into the top four this season and if we could win the Premier League that would be fantastic, but we have to be realistic. A lot of teams have spent a lot of money and for me this league is the most competitive one in the world."