Liverpool's celebrations after their FIFA Club World Cup win on Saturday night made there no doubt at all about how important Jurgen Klopp and his players saw the tournament, even if there was some suggestion that the Carabao Cup should have been prioritised in some quarters.
A goal in the first period of extra-time from Roberto Firmino against his fellow countrymen, Flamengo, was sufficient to see the Reds win the game, despite having been left frustrated by missed chances and refereeing decisions at times on the night.
Having seen Jordan Henderson bring out his trademark trophy lift, the squad headed back inside to continue the celebrations.
And this is what we spotted when they did so...
The night might have ended early through injury for the Reds' number 15, but he was more than happy to join in the singing and dancing once the cup had been won.
Klopp spoke on how the potential blow for his midfielder could have put a dampener on the evening, though it remains to be seen how long Oxlade-Chamberlain will be out.
He certainly seemed to be able to bounce around the changing room with his crutches in the air - which is hopefully a good sign!
Andreas Kornmayer's run
The fitness coach, who has a more than passing resemblance to Klopp, was central to all the celebrations as he entered the room with the trophy, running across and displaying his delight.
As the above video from Adrian shows, the German was loving every minute of the party afterwards.
Pep Lijnders leading the celebrations
Another of Klopp's trusted team, the Dutch assistant was also crucial to the celebrations, leading the singing and dancing from the start.
When he entered the room, Lijnders certainly wasn't holding back from joining in the party atmosphere.
Each Liverpool player had their photograph taken with the trophy, as a memento of the occasion.
While Firmino was smiling for the camera, the rest of the squad could be heard in the background singing his Anfield song, something sure to delight Liverpool fans around the world.
The match-winner in both the semi-final and the final, he certainly deserved his moment of recognition.
The Reds face Leicester City in the Premier League at 8pm UK time on Boxing Day.