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'Change is good' - Jurgen Klopp tells Liverpool to embrace future under Arne Slot

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp told Anfield to never stop believing and to welcome his successor Arne Slot like they welcomed him as "change is good".

Speaking at a presentation on the pitch, made by owners John W Henry and Tom Werner, chief executive Billy Hogan and Sir Kenny Dalglish after the 2-0 victory over 10-man Wolves, the German addressed the crowd and offered a positive outlook on the future.

"You welcome the new manager like you welcomed me. You go all-in from the first day. And you keep believing and you push the team," said Klopp, who sang the name of Arne Slot to the tune of one of the songs the crowd sing about him.

"People told me that I turned them from doubters to believers. That's not true. Believing is an active act: you have to do it yourself. I just said we have to. You did it. That's a big difference.

"And nobody tells you now to stop believing. Because this club is in a better moment than ever. Maybe ever - I have to ask Kenny - but since a long time, let me say it like that.

"We have this wonderful stadium, wonderful training centre, we have you, the superpower of world football.

"We decide if we are worried or excited. We decide if we believe or don't believe. We decide if we trust or we don't trust. And since today I'm one of you and I keep believing in you.

"I stay a believer, 100%. Change is good."

Klopp is certain he leaves the club in a good position to move forward after him and the performance against Wolves only reinforced that, even if the focus was on him for almost the entire game.

"I was a bit afraid of a breakdown - I had one or two moments during the week when it was not great and during the game the last few minutes was tricky but the genuine feeling for me today was it felt more like a