After addressing the world's media at Anfield, Brendan Rodgers paid his first visit to Melwood and immediately made a bee-line for the most important person there – the tea lady.
Within minutes of driving through the gates of the Liverpool training ground, Rodgers asked to be directed towards the canteen where he introduced himself to the kitchen staff and took possession of a cup of tea.
"I'd love a cup of tea, just a little bit of sugar," he asked. "You'll find I drink a lot of tea when I'm here!"
Cup of tea in hand, the new Reds boss was then given a tour of the facilities by Darren Burgess, LFC's Head of Fitness and Conditioning. After visiting the indoor-outdoor pitch, swimming pool, dressing rooms, medical area and video analysis unit, he stopped to read a quote on the wall from Fernando Morientes praising the supporters.
Stopping to chat to all the staff he came across, Rodgers was then shown into new office, where he immediately surveyed the pitches basking in the bright sunshine.
Before he left, he pointed to a framed portrait of Bill Shankly on the wall overlooking his desk and remarked, "Now, that's a proper legend."