After another eventful and successful week at LFC, enjoy our latest weekly round-up of favourite Reds quotes from the past seven days...

“It will be good for our goalkeepers and I have four, five, six assistants, so now John Achterberg has one at least!”

Jürgen Klopp explained Liverpool’s decision to recruit Jack Robinson as first-team assistant goalkeeping coach

“What a goal! What a goal!”

LFCTV commentator and Reds legend David Fairclough was all of us when Roberto Firmino scored a stoppage-time winner in the Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain

“We didn’t just have a plan to control Neymar – we had a plan to control the whole team. They have many great players and we did very well.”

Virgil van Dijk gave his verdict on the 3-2 victory over the French giants

“It was just amazing. I felt it during the game, how loud the fans were.”

Xherdan Shaqiri enjoyed his first experience of a big European night at Anfield

“Studge sums it up – he comes on, plays 70 minutes and does unbelievably against a top side and two very good centre-backs.”

Andy Robertson cited Daniel Sturridge’s display against PSG as the perfect example of the spirit in the Liverpool squad

“Step by step… I am getting there to my full fitness. Glad to be back with the team.”

Dejan Lovren was delighted to return to full training this week

“Edgar Davids is back!”

Klopp joked about Firmino’s protective eyewear in training...

... as did James Milner

“I passed the ball the other day, not very well, but I started passing the ball and that was massive for me to be able to kick and know that my knee can kick a ball.”

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain revealed a morale-boosting milestone in his rehabilitation

“I said to Shaq at half-time that I had never brought a player off after such an influential time without an injury. Usually I don’t explain substitutions at half-time but I thought it made sense.”

The manager opened up on the tactical decision to take Shaqiri off after 45 minutes against Southampton

“I lost one time in my life seven games in a row and that felt different, to be honest.”

And Klopp produced a trademark response to news of Liverpool’s club-record seven wins in a row at the start of 2018-19