Jurgen Klopp is completely at ease with his current contract situation, and believes it will all play out accordingly in good time.
There had been some headlines emerge in the past few weeks that Klopp may take a sabbatical at the end of his current deal which runs out at the end of the 2021/2 season.
However, speaking before the pre-season friendly encounter against former club Borussia Dortmund, the manager did not see the need to look too far into the future.
The Mirror reported Klopp as saying:
“That is why a contract is important. We have enough time to make decisions in that department.
" There is no need to do it now, three years is really a bit early to be concerned.”
Listening to Klopp, you hear a man who holds the club very close to his heart.
"Everything is fine. The owners like what I do; I like what the owners are doing. I love the team, they are brilliant; Melwood is sensational."
However he is not someone who will remain at a club just for the sake of it and risk outstaying his welcome.
"I don’t want ever to be in a situation where people are annoyed that I am still here. That’s the truth.
"At the moment, it is 100 per cent and we will see how long that will be.
“Whatever discussions came up - a few headlines that I saw, not a lot, that I will finish for sure in three years, that I will sign a contract and all that stuff. I have three years.
"It is all good, all good. The age group of the boys is good; my age is good for what I have to do.
"There is nothing to talk about. It’s strange that we talk about it three years before.”
Speaking for a lot of Liverpool fans, lets hope it a a fair bit down the track that we start looking for a new manager.
And that when Jurgen does depart, he has a fair bit of silverware to his name as Liverpool manager.