Brendan Rodgers today urged all football fans to buy a copy of 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother' and help propel the song to the Christmas No.1 spot in a fitting tribute to the 96 supporters who died at Hillsborough.
The cover version of the Hollies classic was released on Monday and features some of the biggest names in music, including Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams and Mel C.
All proceeds of The Justice Collective's single will go towards the ongoing fight for justice.
And since the song's release, a landmark moment was reached on Wednesday when the original inquest verdicts of the Hillsborough disaster were quashed at the High Court.
"I would like to make a request to all football fans," said Rodgers prior to his pre-Fulham press conference.
"For many years, the plight of the Hillsborough families and their fight has helped football fans right across the country.
"Now they need your help. And the help that we can give them as football people and as football supporters is to get this single to Christmas No.1.
"I think it would be a fantastic tribute and a fitting way to end this year. It will be a fitting tribute to what has been many, many years of hard work.
"Every single penny goes towards the families to help in their fight for justice and hopefully they will get that eventually.
"The quashing of the original inquests is another step forward for the families on their road to gaining justice, so it's great for them.
"So I urge all football fans and football people to buy this. It doesn't cost much and if we all buy the single, that would be fantastic."
The physical edition of the single was released on Monday, and the digital version is available via iTunes, HMV, 7 Digital and Amazon.
The single will soon be available to buy from Liverpool FC official stores. The club is not a chart-registered company and so sales of the song have been prioritised to other outlets in order for the single to stand a better chance of reaching number one in the Christmas charts.
You can also purchase the track by texting the word 'Justice' to 80010 from your mobile phone in the UK (£1 + standard network rate).
From the Republic of Ireland, text 'Justice' to 53600 if you would like to order a copy (€1.50 + standard network rate). Please note that due to the very high demand, texts to download may suffer a delay of a few hours.