Liverpool CEO Peter Moore feels the club have created the perfect infrastructure to build on their Champions League win and further their status as one of Europe’s biggest teams.
And the Reds chief has backed the “world-class” talents of manager Jurgen Klopp to ensure he adds to Anfield’s trophy cabinet this coming season.
Goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi secured the first piece of silverware under Klopp and provided a sensational climax to a memorable campaign that yielded 97 Premier League points.
With Klopp at the helm and the majority of their top stars tied down to long-term contracts, Liverpool are as well placed as they have been for 30 years to end their wait for a domestic title.
Off the pitch, the Reds are in rude health too, with a recent report valuing the European champions at over the £1billion mark.
Liverpool banked more than £250million for their efforts last term, earning £150m from the Premier League and around £100m from their success in Europe’s premier competition.
Klopp and his backroom staff are ably supported by the work undertaken by sporting director Michael Edwards and his team, whose data-driven model towards transfers has helped the club land some of their biggest stars over the past three years.
CEO Moore believes his club are poised to continue their push for the game’s major honours when the action resumes later this summer.
Speaking in the Official Story of Liverpool’s 2018-2019 Season, which is set for release next week, Moore explained why fans can be optimistic for what is next at the club.
He says: “What has struck me in my second full season here at the club is that the chemistry and the talent within the squad – all brought together by a world-class manager - provides us with great optimism that they will bring even more silverware to this wonderful club.
“Let’s hope that like the old saying about London buses, when one comes along, there are always two or three close behind.
“There is so much to look forward to from this brilliant team.
“You really cannot help but see us winning more trophies, although it is easier said than done.
“Having said that, we have exactly the right infrastructure at Liverpool to give us a chance of making it happen.”
The Official Story of Liverpool’s 2018-2019 Season, written by Harry Harris, is released on Thursday June 27 and also comes with contributions from a host of Liverpool greats, including John Barnes, Alan Kennedy and Steve McManaman, while Reds boss Klopp also reflects .
Liverpool return to pre-season training on July 6 before kicking off their warm-up fixtures against Tranmere at Prenton Park five days later.
The Official Story of Liverpool’s 2018-2019 Season by Harry Harris, edited by Alan Beck, is available in hardback £14.99 from 27th June 2019