Sammy Lee was also present as Liverpool trained ahead of the Burnley game.
Liverpool's Assistant Manager Steve Clarke, manager Kenny Dalglish and First team coach Kevin Keen celebrate victory with the trophy
Liverpool took to training at Melwood yesterday as the Reds look to continue where they left off after their fantastic opening game of the season.
Liverpool won 4-3 against Arsenal at The Emirates Stadium – after a swashbuckling performance in North London.
Sammy Lee before the match
Next up is Burnley and Jurgen Klopp put his players through their paces yesterday – with two very interesting bystanders.
Club legend Kenny Dalglish was watching the action. King Kenny spent 13 years as a player at Liverpool and also had two spells as manager of the club – winning 20 honours over his career with the Merseyside club.
Sammy Lee was also present. He started his career at Liverpool, spending ten years with the club, and also spent three years as assistant manager at Anfield. Lucas Leiva in particular looked pleased to see him.
Both were clearly keen to see how Klopp gets his players training.
Liverpool's Loris Karius
Also involved in the session was young goalkeeper Kamil Grabara. The 17-year-old Polish youngster joined from Ruch Chorzow in January and was involved as Loris Karius remains sidelined with a broken hand.
Hopefully he is a future star between the sticks at Liverpool.