Brendan Rodgers has explained how he is planning to integrate key figures from Liverpool's illustrious history into his modern-day Anfield set up.
The boss believes it's crucial the Reds of the present era embrace heroes of days gone by - and he's hoping to get former players involved in his plans for the club.
"It's something I want to do for next season across the club, which is get former players involved," Rodgers said.
"This is a wonderful football club. With the likes of Jamie Carragher moving on in the summer, I want to look around and see people with a link to the past.
"We will be looking to do that in a number of areas, whether that be through coaching or ambassadorial roles, but there's nothing concrete at the moment. The most important thing for me is the club, not Brendan Rodgers.
"If I was only worried about myself, then maybe having people around with great histories would worry me. But it doesn't one bit. I want to get people back involved in the club that supporters and kids have an identity with. That just can't be me.
"This club is full of great legends like Alan Kennedy, who works at Anfield on match days, Rushy, Jan Molby, John Aldridge - all great guys around the place.
"That doesn't intimidate me, I enjoy speaking with these people. It's very important that if we are one of the great football families in the world, then you have to have members of that family here.
"I stressed to the owners in our meeting that this is something I want to push forward in the summer."