Liverpool are in pole position to win their first Premier League title.
The Merseyside club have gone close before, most notably in the 2013/14 season, but this could be the year they end their heartache.
Following the Premier League's Boxing Day fixtures, Liverpool are now six points clear at the top of the table.
But, for now, Liverpool will always be reminded about the fact that they have never won a Premier League title.
And, Thibaut Courtois has done just that on Instagram.
The Real Madrid goalkeeper posted an image of him at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi earlier on Thursday.
In response, @futbul_gazer, a Liverpool fan, tried to mock Courtois by saying he 'still can't keep a clean sheet'.
Courtois saw that he was a fan of Liverpool and could not help replying: "still no Premier League".
Ouch. That's a superb response by Courtois.
Courtois left Chelsea on bad terms this summer, but even they were quick to praise their former goalkeeper.
Jurgen Klopp, meanwhile, is still adamant that the race for the title will go until the final day.
"We had no idea about the Manchester City result until after the game," the German told Match of the Day after his side's 4-0 win over Newcastle, per the BBC.
"We play City soon - if I was them I would think there is only four points because we still have to play them, then we play Arsenal before then as well.
"The only thing that matters to us is the performance and keeping that level of performance. It's good but that's all. Tottenham are flying - they had a difficult summer but they are doing brilliant.
"We are on a good run as well. Chelsea will win, Arsenal will win - it will be a race until the final day.
"But we are in it and that's important. We're just creating a basis for the rest of the season, and the basis after the first part of the season is obviously a good one."