A competition to find the best image of the redeveloped Main Stand taken by a Liverpool supporter is set to be judged by Jürgen Klopp, along with club photographer John Powell.

The fans' pictures of the stand - which is currently undergoing major development work for expansion - will be shortlisted down to 10 before the duo narrow the submissions to just two.

Reds all over the world can then go online to vote on which snap they feel should win.

The winning shot will then appear in the official LFC magazine, matchday programme and across LFC's social platforms.

As well as that, the image will be hung up at Melwood and in the museum at Anfield and the winner will receive a framed copy signed by Klopp and captain Jordan Henderson.

Powell, who has been a Liverpool FC photographer for the past 30 years, offered his advice to those submitting, as well as his thoughts about working with the other member on the judging panel.

He told Liverpoolfc.com: "The light has got to be right and it's got to capture a good image.

"Jürgen is great, he's great to work with. We've worked with each other on the training field, and to be judging a competition with him is a great privilege. I'm really looking forward to it.

"He's obviously got an eye for a footballer, but let's see if he's got an eye for a good photo!"

Over the years, Powell has travelled all across the world capturing iconic Liverpool moments, along with his son Andrew, and he gave an insight into his role on matchdays.

He added: "We go to every game, home and away. We do at least one training session a week, sometimes two.

"I've been a Liverpool fan all my life. It's a dream job. It's like any job [though], of course it's hard.

“There can be a goal in the first minute or in the 92nd minute, so you've got to be concentrated right through the game.

"People might think you're just sitting there watching the game, [but] you're involved in the game.

"In the old days, you only had 36 pictures for a roll of film, you might shoot four or five rolls of film.

"I think we now average around 800 to 1,000 pictures for a game, which we have to go through and edit.

"It's not just a matter of taking it, we have to then edit it and there's a system where it has to go onto the website and into Getty so people around the world can buy the pictures. It's quite intense."

Click here to submit your photos.

The competition closes at 11.59pm BST on Sunday March 8.