Klopp has been at Liverpool since October.

Video: Liverpool fans sing new Jurgen Klopp song at Aston Villa

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When it comes to creating songs for their players, Liverpool fans are right up there with the best.

From ‘Luis Suarez - Just can’t get enough’ to ‘Fernando Torres - Liverpool’s number nine,’ the Kop just love a good sing-song.

And it was never going to be too long until the fans created a song for their German manager, Jurgen Klopp.

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Unfortunately, it appears the Liverpool fans have lost the ability to come up with catchy lyrics with words ‘Jurgen’ and ‘Klopp’ being the only two in their new chant.

Nonetheless, it seems that the Kopites were enjoying themselves with beer flying everywhere during their chanting at Aston Villa on Sunday.

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It’s unknown weather this song will catch on at Anfield, but it’s clear the Liverpool faithful love their boss.

Watch the video of the new song here:

Whilst some clearly love the new song, many fans were disappointed with the lack of lyrical genius that is accustomed with Liverpool songs.

Daniel Sturridge opened the scoring after he was given his first start Premier League start since October 4. James Milner made it two before half-time when he curled his free-kick straight in.

Goals from Emre Can, Divock Origi and Nathaniel Clyne made it 5-0 before Kolo Toure got in on the act with his first goal for the club.

Klopp will be returning to his native Germany next week as he takes his Liverpool side to face Augsburg in their Europa League last-32 clash.

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