German manager Jurgen Klopp showed his class in a petrol station in Liverpool over the international break.
The eccentric former Borussia Dortmund coach has enjoyed an excellent start to the season, recently thrashing Arsenal 4-0 in the Premier League.
Liverpool are due to face Manchester City on Saturday and will expect Philippe Coutinho to return to the fold following his failed transfer to Barcelona.
The 25-year-old Brazilian was reportedly sidelined with injury due to the stress of the transfer saga involving Barcelona, which failed to come to fruition because of Liverpool's firm 'not for sale' stance.
His absence wasn't as disastrous as many Liverpool fans may have thought it would be, thanks to the dazzling trio of Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane.
The Reds have taken seven points from their first three fixtures and Klopp will have to work out exactly how Coutinho will fit into the team.
Klopp's touching message
Klopp knows when to put rivalries aside and that's exactly what happened when he was filling up his car in a petrol station this week.
A young Everton fan named Noah is suffering with an incurable disease and - approached by a stranger in Liverpool - Klopp shared some touching words which will surely put a smile on the youngster's face.
Taking a small amount of time out of his day to send a vshort ideo message may seem quite insignificant - but it will likely mean the world to the young boy.
On the 'teamnoah' gofundeme page, it reads: "Noah has a life shortening, muscle wasting disease called duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
"The disease affects every muscle in his body, which will eventually cause him to deteriorate and lower his life expectancy. Noah can no longer walk or bare weight at all."