Jordan Henderson is officially the captain of Liverpool's first ever Premier League champions.
It's been an incredible journey for Henderson as someone who made such a slow start at Anfield that the scout who recommended him was sacked.
Combine that with being told he couldn't run by Sir Alex Ferguson and Steven Gerrard even saying that he played 'too safe' and his journey to the top seems even more incredible.
Henderson can now stand proudly as a European, world and Premier League champion as well as potentially being on course for the PFA Player of the Year award.
Naturally, after such incredible news, Sky Sports wanted to catch up with Henderson for his emotional and immediate reaction to his Liverpool side making history.
Henderson leads Liverpool to glory
Henderson said: "I didn't want to talk about it until this moment and so, it's amazing to finally get over the line. I'm so happy for all the boys, the fans, the whole club, the city.
"I'm just a little bit overwhelmed right now. It's an amazing feeling and like I say, I'm so proud of what we've achieved.
"Obviously, when we won the Champions League it was on the pitch and there was a lot of emotion, but it was a different feeling watching the game and then the final whistle going, being able to be with the staff and everyone was amazing really.
Henderson's full Sky Sports interview
"It’s another moment in our lives that we will never forget.” Check out the full interview down below:
Henderson's journey is proof to anybody that hard work and determination can get you anywhere.
It's proof that you can be doubted by the greatest manager of all time and even one of your club's finest ever players, but if you grit your teeth and fight for your position, you can come out the other side smiling.
Even neutral fans must be happy to see that Henderson, through all the criticisms and write-offs, has emerged from it all not only as a Premier League champions but an incredible leader.
You're an inspiration, Jordan.
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