Liverpool boss Jürgen Klopp could barely hide his excitement as he looked forward to another pivotal week of a season that has already had its fair share of memorable moments.

The Reds have the chance to secure a place in the Champions League final on Wednesday when they face AS Roma in the second leg of the sides' semi-final tie at Stadio Olimpico.

And following that trip to Italy is a meeting with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge that could see qualification for Europe's premier cup competition confirmed for next season.

Klopp's men warmed up for those two fixtures with a frustrating home stalemate against Stoke City on Saturday but, speaking after the match, the manager remained upbeat as he looked ahead to two huge tests.

He told "Again, two massive games - what a season! 

"You play the whole season - I said it a few times - we created a basis and now we have to finish it. There are a few things to do.

"You work for that the whole season, it's really exciting.

"We have to recover, we will do that. I really think and hope nothing else happened [in terms of injuries].

"Let's play the next game, try to make the best of it, then we'll see."

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