Jurgen Klopp has hailed the atmosphere created by Liverpool fans recently ahead of the club’s final Premier League game of the season.
Liverpool travel to West Brom on Sunday seeking to finish a mixed league campaign on a positive note, with the club only able to finish between sixth and eighth.
The Reds will travel to Basel to face Sevilla in the Europa League final on Wednesday, but Klopp is concentrating only on the upcoming fixture at The Hawthorns.
“They will have a good finish this season, and we will try to find a line-up to win at West Brom,” said the German.
“For us, at this moment, Sunday afternoon is the most important thing in the world.
“I have European league press work to do, and players have done work around the final, and that won’t change. But in these 90 minutes it makes no sense to think about anything else.
“If we can’t do it on Sunday, we will have to learn for the future. If we don’t give 100% concentration, we will lose 4-0.
“We had great atmospheres, maybe the greatest in the world in this moment.
“It’s been more difficult to enjoy Liverpool football for the last few years. This team has given those moments back. That’s nice, that’s one of the signs we spoke about. We can use that.”