Though Liverpool has an illustrious history, Jurgen Klopp wants to see his team create their own history and would love that to start against Manchester City when the Cityzens visit Anfield on Wednesday.
The two domestic rivals meet at Anfield in the first leg of their quarter-final tie in a little over 24hours, with the return fixture taking place at the Etihad Stadium the following Tuesday.
On the brink of securing the Premier League title and having already won the EFL Cup, City have the chance to complete a famous treble if they go on to conquer Europe this season.
However, Liverpool remain the only side to beat the champions-elect in the league, recording a thrilling 4 – 3 triumph over Pep Guardiola’s side back in January.
“This club is already so full of history – we must now write our own history,” Klopp told the media ahead of the mouth-watering tie.
“This team, we need to be proud of the club’s history but also create our own.
“I’ve done that a lot in the past with my teams. [Borussia] Dortmund had a lot of history of course, but at some stage you need to do your own thing.