Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is hoping fans do not moan at his stars on their return to Anfield this weekend.
Up to 2000 home supporters will be in attendance as the Reds take on Wolves on Sunday with fans allowed back in for the first time since March amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It means Liverpool fans will be able to watch their team for the first time since they were crowned Premier League champions last season.
And Klopp hopes spirits remain high even if a pass or two goes astray with the Reds currently second in the table.
The boss said: "I hope it will great for all of us. As a player I played in front of 2000 they were not always in a good mood.
“After that break I think our fans will be in the best shape. Doesn't matter how many are there, it's how big your influence is.
"I hope if the first pass doesn't arrive from Player A to Player B they don't think 'oh my god'. Let's just make the best of it.
“Everything has been more difficult without the fans. From a specific moment we didn't think about it because we couldn't change it.
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“We don't go on a bad pitch and think about it, you have to deal with it. It's nice for the people. Congrats to the 2,000 who can come.
"If gives us a chance to show we can deal with it and show in the future we can get more in, but that's nothing for us.
“We have to deal with the circumstances. Football is more difficult without fans and not half as enjoyable. But still football."
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There are no plans for Liverpool to parade the Premier League trophy despite having fans back in place.
Klopp added: “In these kind of things I am not involved. I haven't heard anything. We make the first step, first 2000 shouldn't see it first.
“We will find a moment and a day when most of our fans can see it. They saw it already on TV but we will find moment.”
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