Brendan Rodgers has issued a personal good-luck message to the Liverpool Ladies team, who require just one point from their final game on Sunday to clinch the 2013 Women's Super League title.
The Reds manager has always taken great pride in having a one-club mentality, with everybody at all levels of the football club being of equal importance.
Ahead of the Ladies' final game in a championship decider with Bristol Academy at the Halton Stadium, Rodgers has spoken of his appreciation for how well Matt Beard's side have performed this season.
"It's brilliant how well they have done and it's a great effort by all of the players," Rodgers told Liverpoolfc.com.
"I met with Matt in pre-season and understood what was a huge task for them but they have had a brilliant season, and now they head into the last game with the title in their hands - which is all you could ever want.
"We had the chance to work with them here at Melwood and you could see the professionalism.
"They wanted to do it right and all the staff were brilliant, and very importantly the quality was very good on the day as well. I'm delighted for them.
"We've tried to make sure we have drawn everyone into the one-club mentality this season.
"I said to Matt no matter how they do on Sunday, we are very proud of them. The work he's done, his staff and the players, they have been brilliant and they have been right up there at the top of the league all season.
"It's a game that if you win it, the memories can live with you for a lifetime, and they can go and celebrate then rightly so - so we are hoping they can do that on Sunday.
"We are all very proud of their achievements and what they have done this season. It has been a great effort and the biggest message is: It's in your hands so go and do what you have done all season and play for the win.
"If you do that, the quality and determination will come through and let's hope on Sunday night we are all celebrating the title by the women."