Liverpool's current team is one of the greatest in the history of English football.
Jurgen Klopp's men secured their first Premier League title last season, finishing 18 points clear of Manchester City in the process.
That domestic success followed on from a continental triumph in 2018/19, the Reds winning their sixth European Cup after beating Tottenham 2-0 in the final.
It really has been a wonderful two years for the Reds and the fact their on-field brilliance has resulted in the team lifting the two biggest trophies on offer begs the question; is this the greatest Liverpool side ever?
Well, there's certainly a lot of competition for that label.
Let's take a look...
Runners-up: Premier League
Runners-up: FA Cup
Despite only finishing third in the Premier League, Liverpool's 95/96 side edges ahead of the 13/14 one. John Barnes, Steve McManaman, Robbie Fowler and Stan Collymore was certainly not a bad front four.
Titles: Champions League
Liverpool were average at best in the 04/05 Premier League season, but pulled off the famous 'Miracle in Istanbul' to unexpectedly win the Champions League, a performance inspired by Gerrard.
Titles: Division One
The year Bill Shankly helped the club win their first league title since 1947. Liverpool's triumph in the 63/64 would be the start of a period of dominance for the Reds.
Titles: FA Cup, League Cup, UEFA Cup
Gerard Houllier's treble-winning side was just fantastic and it was spearheaded by a young Michael Owen, who went on to win the Ballon d'Or in 2001.
Titles: Division One, FA Cup
Kenny Dalglish as player-manager alongside Ian Rush up front? Yeah, this double-winning team was pretty special and they pipped city rivals Everton to the league title on the final day of the season.
Titles: Division One, UEFA Cup
The year Shankly ended his trophy drought in style, delivering Liverpool's first league title since 1966. Ray Clemence, Kevin Keegan and Peter Cormack were the stars of the iconic manager's excellent team.
Titles: Champions League, Premier League
Klopp's men have to make do with the bronze medal, which is still pretty impressive. Although, there certainly hasn't been a better Liverpool front three than Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino.
Titles: Division One, European Cup
Undoubtedly Bob Paisley's finest season as manager, with Keegan the team's talisman. Liverpool almost completed the treble in 76/77, but lost out in the FA Cup final to bitter rivals Manchester United.
Titles: Division One, European Cup, League Cup
During Joe Fagan's first season as manager, Liverpool won a historic treble. A truly iconic team that featured legendary figures like Dalglish, Rush, Graeme Souness, Mark Lawrenson and Alan Hansen.
Even Klopp will struggle to build a team capable of surpassing the Reds' class of 83/84.News Now - Sport News