Jurgen Klopp and his Liverpool players have started their journey to London as they prepare to play Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Reds were seen on Friday afternoon at Lime Street Station when they took the train to the capital.
Klopp and similar personalities such as Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino arrived at the station before boarding the train to make the 220-mile stretch south of Merseyside.
Jurgen Klopp and his players from Liverpool started their journey to London on Friday evening
Mohamed Salah was one of the people who arrived at Liverpool Lime Street Station
Sadio Mane relaxed as he strolled into the wardrobes with his custom made toiletry bag
Brazilian striker Roberto Firmino rolled in his suitcase while listening to music
The players looked relaxed in a relaxed mood, most of them listening to some music through their headphones.
Others looked good-humored, while Andy Robertson saw a joke with fitness trainer Andreas Kornmayer and Xherdan Shaqiri signing autographs for assembled fans.
Earlier on Friday, Klopp warned his players not to underestimate Arsenal this weekend despite the record being set against their top 6 rivals in the north of the London club.
Unai Emery began his tenure as Arsenal boss with successive defeats by Manchester City and Chelsea, but has since experienced a major turnaround in form.
For Klopp, Arsenal's form at the start of the season is no cause for concern, as he insisted at his press conference on Friday that "no one gave them a present".
"Unai Emery had the great task of coming to Arsene Wenger after more than 50 years. And so he was brilliant, "Klopp told the reporters.
"After a hard start, they started the impressive run and that's the way it is. I hope they are not in there anymore (after this weekend). It will certainly be a very interesting game. They are well organized, have a clear plan and are good at counterattacking.
"What they do quickly is excellent. It's a tough game and nobody gave them a present. They had to work for it and they deserve it, so we have to be sure.
"They played the tough games in an impressive way and all won the Crystal Palace game they could have won, as they played two or three months ago is not important, of course they are a threat to everyone."
Fabinho and Daniel Sturridge both hope for a season at the Emirates Stadium
Virgil van Dijk held a paper bag as he texted on his arrival at Lime Street
Joe Gomez hopes to continue his impressive performances on Saturday
Trent Alexander Arnold should sit back against Unai Emery's Gunners
Goalkeeper Alisson dressed warmly in a hat while Curtis Jones followed him
Gini Wijnaldum is expected to start on Saturday in the midfield of the Klopp team
The in-form Xherdan Shaqiri stopped to sign autographs for fans who had gathered at the station
It is expected that James Milner will retain the captain in the absence of Jordan Henderson
Defender Andy Robertson had seen a joke with fitness coach Andreas Kornmayer
Adam Lallana is working back to full fitness, but his return has increased Liverpool
Klopp's team is currently in second place just because of goal difference behind Manchester City, and he does not want to lose ground to the defending champion.
"So far, so good" was his message when he was questioned after 10 games to his assessment, but it remains at the beginning of the season to make judgments.
"My big, big, big rating is so good, a quarter of the season is nothing," he said.
"It's still three quarters ahead of us, so it's only the beginning. Football is played very well in many games. We stuck to our plan and still try. As long as the boys are fit, we have a really good football team. If you have a good football team and you play for a huge club like Liverpool, go into any game with a big chance and a big desire to win it.
"We want to do it together. It's just the beginning, but the beginning is good. I do not think it could be much better. Let's move on, keep going and play the best football you can play. "