Whisper it quietly, but there's an excitement brewing at Anfield.
It's now five successive wins in the Premier League for Liverpool and if Kopties weren't already inspired by the rollercoaster ride this season promises to be, then the return of Jurgen Klopp's trademark Kop end fist-pumps after the victory over West Ham may have belatedly persuaded a few more to climb onboard.
Such a resurgence comes after a season of collective woe last time out but the Reds are somewhat back where they belong and - even if Klopp will be reluctant to prematurely talk of a title challenge at Anfield - will have their sights firmly fixed on Manchester City.
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The drastic change in fortunes and feeling at Anfield has, in part, been down to the arrivals of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai, who were the main additions of a mega-money engine room revamp during the off-season.
In spite of the duo's remarkable early work on Merseyside, though, it has in fact been one of the club's ever-present figures over the last six years that has seized the initiative to spearhead a new era at Anfield. Mohamed Salah, of course.
That didn't always look likely to be the case, clearly. In fact, earlier this month, there was an increasing belief from many that the 2023/24 campaign would be Salah's last in L4 after the Saudi Pro League's PIF-owned clubs made it their mission to sound out the logistics of a future move for the Egyptian.
But if the early weeks of the new season have established anything it's that Salah's mesmerising brilliance is still very much irreplaceable onRead on liverpoolecho.co.uk