The England defender finally completed his move to Anfield, before taking to Twitter to express his views on his new and former club.
After signing for Liverpool on Wednesday, England defender Nathaniel Clyne was quick to take to Twitter to not only indicate how happy he was to be joining Brendan Rodgers' side, but also express his gratitude to Southampton and their supporters.
The BBC have reported that the 24-year-old will cost the Reds £12.5 million, so Liverpool fans will be delighted to see how happy he was to be signing up to the project at Anfield, after what was a throughly disappointing season for the club in the last campaign.
I'm very proud and honoured to have signed for @LFC it's a special club with a lot of history and looking forward to getting started now.— Nathaniel Clyne (@Nathaniel_Clyne) July 1, 2015
Saints fans will understandably be down after losing yet another of their stars to the Merseyside club, but Clyne made sure he constructed his own message to the St Mary's faithful, having joined from Crystal Palace three seasons ago.
Clyne won't just be eager to make Liverpool a force again, he will also hope his move to the famous side will be just enough to ensure he seizes the up-for-grabs England right back spot that former Reds boss Roy Hodgson has struggled to fill for the national team.