It was been a legend-making career for Klopp on Merseyside, with the Reds back winning major honours and challenging at the top end every season.
The transformation experienced over his six years with the club has been remarkable, while the off-field improvements under Fenway Sports Group have paved the way for this success.
An expansion of the Anfield Road End is underway, following redevelopment work on the Main Stand and a new training ground in Kirkby, while the club are working on a new contract for Mo Salah after tying down the likes of Alisson and Virgil van Dijk over the summer.
Liverpool are now built for glory, but while they fight for another title in the Premier League this season, they could also follow up five years of chart-topping performances under Klopp.
The discipline table is determined by the amount of yellow and red cards shown over the course of a campaign, with the club picking up the fewest ‘points’ leading the way.
Only two Liverpool players have been shown a straight red card under Klopp in the Premier League, with one of those coming in questionable circumstances.
The first came for Sadio Mane in the 5-0 loss to Man City in 2017/18, with the manager claiming neither he nor Pep Guardiola believed it should have been a sending off after the forward struck Ederson in a challenge deemed dangerous due to a high boot.
There is little merit to topping the discipline chart now, with UEFA terminating their Fair Play initiative at the end of the 2014/15 campaign, having previously awarded the best-behaved associations with three places in the first qualifying round for the Europa League.
Liverpool are the only side in the history of the Premier League to top the discipline table in five consecutive seasons, with no other club doing so more than twice in a row.