Jurgen Klopp takes to the Anfield pitch

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It hasn't taken him long, has it? Jurgen Klopp has already made quite the impact at Liverpool and he's yet to even reach the 24-hour mark as the club's new boss. 

The enigmatic coach certainly spoke well during this morning's press conference, quickly endearing himself to the Kop with suggestions that he wants to make the Merseyside outfit 'the best team in the world in the future'.

Unsurprisingly, the Liverpool faithful are hanging on every word of the former Borussia Dortmund man. 


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And this morning's footage of their new boss taking to the Anfield pitch has only fuelled the Kop with even more excitement.

There's one brilliant moment, standing next to the duo of Ian Ayre and Tom Werner, when the fascinating character put his arms around the pair ahead of a photograph. 

Klopp takes to the pitch 

Reds fans certainly enjoyed the footage...

Exciting time 

It's clear for all to see that Klopp is going to light up Anfield this season. There's no doubt about it, Liverpool are in for an exciting couple of years under the guidance of 48-year-old. 

But what defines success for the club this season? A title push would, of course, be great, but that may well be asking a little too much at this stage. 

Klopp will no doubt be determined to lead Liverpool back into the Champions League and that is most definitely a realistic target. With Premier League champions Chelsea struggling, there's certainly a place up for grabs in this season's top four. 

Will Liverpool qualify for the Champions League? Have your say below! 

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