n an era where Liverpool have been the most successful since their glory days in the 1980s, Jürgen Klopp has had a ton of talent in his sides during his tenure as the Liverpool manager.
Achieving six trophies in the eight years he's been at the helm is no easy feat, especially when competing against the likes of Manchester City in the Premier League and coming up against a team like Real Madrid in two UEFA Champions League finals in 2018 and 2022.
Certainly, the greatest left-back Liverpool have had in the Premier League, there have been few, if any, more consistent than Andy Robertson.
The Scotsman is blessed defensively and offensively and has an integral part of the Liverpool team that has gone on to win every major trophy under the sun.
This season (2022/23), the 29-year-old became the defender with the most assists in Premier League history with 55 (51 for Liverpool and four for Hull).
Robertson consistently puts on 8/10 performances every week and has elevated himself to the level of one of the true great full-backs in Europe.
Even with the competition that Kostas Tsimikas provides, that only seems to make Robertson stronger as his lock on the left-back spot is securely fastened.
What more can you say about Mohamed Salah?
Arguably one of the greatest players to ever wear the Liverpool shirt and the club's greatest goal scorer in Premier League history, one thing the ‘Egyptian King' doesn't get credit for is his consistency during his six years in Merseyside.
Following his record-breaking debut season at Liverpool, where he netted 32 league goals and 44 goals in all competitions, there were certainly many that believed Salah was a flash in the pan and that there was no way he could replicate the goal-scoring exploits he showed in 2017/18.
Well, what do you know, that's exactly what he did, as he scored 27 goals in all competitions on the way to a 2018/19 Champions League triumph.
Salah is just 20 goals away from hitting the big 200 for Liverpool and it won't be long until he reaches yet another milestone for the historic club.
The Senegalese star never hit under double digits in the Premier League and even in his final season at Liverpool (2021/22) when it was obvious he had lost a step of his blistering pace, he still managed to score 16 Premier League goals and 23 goals in all competitions, the second highest tally he had reached in his six-year tenure at Liverpool.
Mané may be plying his trade in Munich but he will remain forever loved at Anfield.
Of course, there have been other consistent players over the last few years at Liverpool, who's your pick?