Jurgen Klopp admits he is delighted Liverpool will have to redecorate Melwood once again after adding another trophy to the club's list of honours.
The Reds earned their fourth UEFA Super Cup by beating Chelsea 5-4 on penalties after a 2-2 draw after extra time in Istanbul on Wednesday.
It was the second trophy of Klopp's Anfield tenure and the ideal response to having lost the Community Shield to Manchester City at Wembley earlier this month.
And asked how much the victory meant to him, Klopp said: “I asked Millie (James Milner) and Hendo (Jordan Henderson) how do people judge this trophy? And they said it's a proper trophy, it's on the wall at Melwood.
“So good, they have to draw it again and paint the wall at Melwood again and bring another number on the wall and 2019 and a picture of whatever.
“It's big. I didn't know beforehand how big it would feel but now I do it's great.
“It's really nice, but it's not about me. I mean that. It's about doing it for the people and from four opportunities in the last three months we have won two. That's good.”
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The majority of the crowd inside the Vodafone Park home of Besiktas were backing Liverpool .
And Klopp added: “I didn't know before the game how good it would feel to win it, but it's brilliant.
“The atmosphere in the stadium was outstanding. It showed us again how big this club is – wherever we go, our supporters are also there. I have to say thank you to Istanbul.
“It was really intense. Now it's done, we won it, we have come through, I feel really good, the boys feel really good, everything is okay.”
Klopp also moved to praise the female officiating team, led by Stephanie Frappart who became the first woman to take charge of a major men's UEFA final.
“I spoke to the ref team after the game that if we would have played like they whistled, then we would have won 6-0,” said the Reds boss.
“The played a brilliant game. I also said I wasn't happy with the penalty decision as I'm still not sure but it's not important any more.
“They were good, they were really good. There was pressure on them like hell. It was an historic moment and they stayed themselves, stayed calm and did what they had to do in a very difficult and intense game.
“I couldn't have more respect to be honest. It was a really brilliant performance.”
Klopp, though, had issue with the new ruling that saw Chelsea allowed to have several shots on goal despite being in clear offside positions.
“A lot of things were good tonight, but it's really difficult how late offsides are being flagged,” he said.
“You constantly have the feeling you have defended badly and then the flag comes. Your reaction is you are angry or worried and then the flag comes up.
“It's brilliant defending but it doesn't feel like that. Either way they have to talk about it again and sort it, or we have to get used to it, which is what is more likely to happen.