JURGEN KLOPP says he’s in love with the Liverpool owners.
The Fenway Sports Group bought Liverpool in 2010 and backed the construction of the new Main Stand at Anfield over the summer.
And Kop boss Klopp is full of praise for what the American money-men are doing for the club.
He told the Liverpool Echo: “What I really love about our owners is that this isn’t for now, this isn’t for the present, it’s for the future. I love this.
“Of course our owners bought the club because Liverpool is one of the biggest clubs in the world with a big history, massive supporter base.
“When I walked in and saw the new Main Stand in September it was like looking at the eighth wonder of the world. I couldn’t imagine for a second how they had done it.
“You think about the old Main Stand when we left in May. I thought about how they were building the new stand behind it and thought ‘how are they possibly going to do it?’
“Then when you see it you go: ‘whoa, good idea’. It’s unbelievable.
“The whole thing is better than before. Everything. Inside is better than before. In this moment we are still in the temporary dressing rooms but everyone loves it because there’s so much more space.
“This should be a sign for all English clubs. A small dressing room isn’t right. You don’t feel good. The game should be a highlight for everybody.
“It’s not allowed that it’s only good for the home team and that the away team should go outside and change.”