He's a good sport Jurgen Klopp... but don't take it too far.
The Liverpool manager performed his usual post-match ritual of congratulating the opposition on their performance against the Reds, despite suffering a 3-0 defeat.
He spoke with Watford's players briefly at Vicarage Road to wish them well after the match, although looked less than impressed with Ikechi Anya.
The Scottish international approached him, hand raised, as if to give him a high five.
Klopp did not reciprocate this action, looking a combination of unimpressed and bemused.
The Liverpool manager had good reason to be annoyed, for he had just seen his side well beaten by the newly promoted Hornets.
Chelsea loanee Nathan Ake scored early, before a double from in form striker Odion Ighalo put the game beyond Liverpool's reach.
The worst of it from a Liverpool perspective is that Watford are now four points above them in the Premier League table, although they can take solace in the fact they remain a place above Merseyside rivals Everton.