Liverpool and Tottenham's potential Champions League group opponents are absolutely terrifying

Cape Town - Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard believes the top players around the world would jump at the opportunity to work with Jurgen Klopp at Anfield.

The Reds boss has guided the club back into the Champions League for only the second time in the last eight seasons, providing they get through a play-off in August, but Gerrard thinks that will not be the deciding factor when it comes to transfer negotiations.

'The only thing you would you say is when they had to play games in quick succession they looked exhausted and were well beaten by Tottenham.

He said: "If Jurgen Klopp had been at the club three or four years, I believe I would have been part of him delivering big trophies". It's his aura and the way he is with you - how he makes you feel.

"They were spectacular when I went to them growing up as a kid with the flags and scarves".

"It's exciting times for the football club and that is something I wanted to be part of when I came here".

And ahead of the club's appearance in the FA Cup final with Chelsea on Saturday, Wenger has revealed that he struggled to cope from the opening of the new facility in the 2006/07 season to 2014 as he was severely restricted in his player movements.

It's a rumour that is seemingly set to stick even over time, with Jurgen Klopp set to be forever linked with a reunion with the German worldwide. "That's what he gives players", he said.

Fans may wish to wait and see what type of business Liverpool carry out and read the bookmaker reviews on Bookmaker Ratings before they have confidence in backing the Reds to win silverware next season, but Klopp will know what changes need to be made after overseeing his first full campaign in charge.

But fees have certainly evolved since then and Jurgen Klopp will be telling his board that they must start to pay the asking prices of players if they want to progress and become real contenders in both the Premier League and Champions League. We're blessed to have him.