Jürgen Klopp Claims Champions League Triumph Wasnt the Final Chapter for Liverpool

​Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has delivered a warning to the club's rivals, saying that their Champions League triumph has provided them with a platform to enjoy sustained success.

The Reds won their sixth European Cup with a 2-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur at the Wanda Metropolitano on 1 June.

Jurgen Klopp

The ​Champions League triumph was the high point of a season in which ​Liverpool amassed their highest-ever ​Premier League points total and narrowly missed out on the title to ​Manchester City.

Klopp claims that the Merseyside club now have the momentum to enjoy more success in the near future.

"Madrid wasn't the final chapter for us - I think we're still writing the introduction," he said in the foreword of an official club book review of Liverpool's season (relayed by ​The Daily Mirror).

Jurgen Klopp

"When we were travelling around Liverpool with the European Cup on that magical Sunday, the words I heard sung the loudest were: 'we're never gonna stop!'

"That's what this team and club has to live by. We arrived at this point because we were hungry for moments like June 1."

Liverpool had a dramatic run to the Champions League final, turning around a 3-0 first-leg deficit against ​Barcelona in the semi-final to win 4-0 in the second at Anfield despite being without key duo ​Roberto Firmino and ​Mo Salah.

Georginio Wijnaldum

Klopp referenced this game and heaped praise on his side for their achievements throughout the campaign.

"My players this year did remarkable things. I called them mentality giants after we beat Barcelona - but that's not saying enough. Skill, intelligence, emotion, fitness - they have it all."

The 52-year-old German also had a message for the Anfield faithful, saying; "Take all the joy from this campaign and do so in the knowledge that we want it again.

"Love the memories and use them to shape our future."

Source : 90min