Liverpool chairman Tom Werner has supported the Reds to switch back after their Premier League heartbreak.
Red’s amassed 97-point tally which wasn’t enough to secure their first Premier League title as Manchester City won their final game with 98 points on the final day.
Werner thinks that the painful end to Liverpool’s domestic campaign will surely have a positive effect for the next season.
Werner said: “We’re only going to get stronger. Ninety-seven points, it’s a remarkable year.
“We obviously didn’t win the league, but we’ll be back next year, and we’ve got a lot of motivation to win the league next year. I’m excited.”
He had a word of praise for the German coach and backed him to continue on their impressive campaign next season.
“It was a magical season,” he added.
“Obviously we’re disappointed that we didn’t win the league but it was a remarkable season, and the squad is exciting.
“I can’t say enough about Jurgen and all the talent on the field.”
Klopp agrees that Liverpool can go on to improve next season, and spoke of his pride at his players’ performances.
He said: ”People might say we could have done this or that but not really, I don’t think [we could have done any more].
“This team is at a wonderful age group, and we will go again and develop. People really enjoyed the ride, that’s a very important thing.
Liverpool has been brilliant this season under Jurgen Klopp as they have emerged as a fierce team in Europe.
— via mirror