Liverpool’s dramatic Champions League victory over Paris Saint-Germain has seen them to their best start to a season in 57 years.
The Reds headed into a first European outing of the 2018-19 campaign buoyed by their performances on a domestic stage.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are only being kept off the top of the Premier League table by Chelsea on goal difference after taking maximum points from five fixtures to date.
That run has those at Anfield daring to dream of a first top-flight title since 1990.
There is also a desire on Merseyside to build on last season’s run to another final in continental competition, with Klopp still waiting on his first piece of major silverware as Reds boss.
Liverpool could not have wished for a better opening to their trophy chasing efforts, with six successive victories having now been taken in following a 3-2 victory over PSG on Tuesday.
Not since 1961 have the Reds enjoyed such a flying start, with confidence established on the back of a productive summer transfer window having carried over into competitive action.
Back in the 1961-62 campaign, Liverpool burst out of the blocks in the English second tier.
They would end the season as Division Two champions, plundering 99 goals along the way.
The Reds have not taken a backwards step since then and are now edging their way towards 60 years as a top-flight outfit.
The credentials of the class of 2018-19 are set to face more stern tests over the coming weeks, but those challenges should hold no fear.
Liverpool return to action on Saturday against Southampton before facing Chelsea in Carabao Cup and Premier League competition, Napoli in the Champions League and English title holders Manchester City at Anfield.