New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has outlined his hopes for the club after being announced as the successor to Brendan Rodgers at Anfield earlier this week.
The German tactician enjoyed a successful spell with Dortmund before leaving the Bundesliga giants at the end of last season, and will now hope to make the most of his first opportunity in the Premier League.
While this will undoubtedly be the biggest challenge of his career thus far given the expectations set by the club and by himself after delivering such success at Dortmund, he appears to be ready for the test.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Klopp revealed that he wants to win a title in the next four years, and also joked about the lack of distance between the respective benches at Anfield, suggesting that he would have a challenge in terms of having to whisper his instructions in order to avoid his opposition from hearing him.
Nevertheless, there is certainly a great deal of excitement surrounding the 48-year-old’s arrival on Merseyside, particularly about the brand of football that he will install, as Liverpool will now hope that he can guide them towards the Champions League qualification places at the very least.
The Reds currently sit in 10th place in the Premier League table, although they are just three points adrift of fourth place.