Kenny Dalglish insists Liverpool have “a lot more happy days” provided Jurgen Klopp stays at the club after the Reds clinched their first league title in 30 years.
Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea handed Klopp’s side the trophy with seven games remaining.
And Dalglish insists it is the first of many as long as the German stays at Anfield.
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“I think you’d have been arrested and sectioned [if you had said it would have been 30 years until the next league title at the time],” Dalglish told BT Sport.
“The last two years, since Jurgen came in, have been very positive all the way through, he’s been fantastic.
“He epitomises everything Liverpool stands for. He appreciates and respects everybody that works at the club.
“It’s not just a one-off either. Last year they came within a point of it. This year they’ve only lost one and drawn two.
“They won the Champions League last year too. Onwards and upwards. We’ve got a lot more happy days as long as Jurgen is there.”
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