It looks like Jurgen Klopp is already eyeing up his replacement at Liverpool, despite the somewhat successful season this year.
Speaking to the Time newspaper this week, Klopp said he wants to make sure that former Reds captain and club legend Steven Gerrard gets the job as manager when he leaves.
Gerrard recently left life in American to come back to the UK and work at the Liverpool academy to help bring through young players to the main squad. He also recently took a role as a pundit along side Gary Lineker and Rio Ferdinand at BT Sport for their Premiere League coverage.
In the interview Klopp said "It’s perfect that we can involve Steven. What a guy, he’s fantastic. He was one of the world’s best footballers ever. I told him when I leave, or the club sack me, I don't care of course who'll be my successor, but I'd love that he'd be it."
"I'll do everything I can to make sure he gets all the information he needs."
Liverpool currently sit fourth in the Premiere League with just one game remaining.