With the beginning of the new English Premier League season but a few days away now, all the eyes of Liverpool fans worldwide will be focused on Brendan Rodgers and his new-look Liverpool side.
The opening match of the season sees the Reds on the road to The Hawthorns where WBA will host them with Steve Clarke, former Liverpool number two to Kenny Dalglish, as their new manager.
Liverpool fans will be looking for a positive start to the new campaign and a whole lot more from Rodgers' new-look line up.
In a story that was run by ESPN Soccernet, Rodgers himself believes that he still has to win over a majority of the Liverpool fans and that some are yet to be convinced about his appointment.
The footballing philosophy that the Northern Irishman has brought into Anfield, on paper and in theory, is inventive, progressive and should result in Liverpool performing with their 'pass and move' footballing ethos, more than in recent times.
But that is all talk, hopes and expectations. However, truth be told, Liverpool's preseason games have shown that there is substance behind Rodgers' ideas, that these ideas are being absorbed by the squad, and that a more fluid style has been adopted.
Pressuring the opposition high up the pitch with constant movement of the players and ball are the fundamentals.
However, there are a few other things that Rodgers needs to achieve before he will be fully accepted by all Liverpool fans.