Georginio Wijnaldum has praised the atmosphere of Anfield this season after narrowly missing out on the Premier League trophy.
Liverpool finished with 97 points and only lost one game all season but they just could not quite do enough to prevent Manchester City from collecting their fourth title in seven years.
The midfielder has had a brilliant season but his peak moment arrived when he came off the bench to score two vital goals in the second-leg of the Champions League semi-final victory over Barcelona at Anfield.
This season Wijnaldum has scored five times and assisted once.
Signed from Newcastle United in the summer of 2016 for £25m, the 28-year-old was playing as an attacking midfielder but Jurgen Klopp moved him back into central midfield to play more of a box-to-box role and the change has transformed Wijnaldum into the player we see today.
He does not start every game but is considered a massively important part of the team and usually plays in the big games for Liverpool.
Not only will the Netherlands international want to see the Reds faithful bring their energy to Madrid, the supporters will want to see their midfield general in full flow.
With more than two weeks to go until the final Wijnaldum is already making an effort to galvanise the supporters through social media, and he will be hoping his post pays off in Spain.