New Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has warned his players they will have no choice but to do things his way as he looks to implement a high-pressing game at Anfield.
The highly-acclaimed German boss arrived on Merseyside amidst much fanfare and was unveiled as the new Reds manager at a press conference on Friday.
Klopp has as yet refused to make any huge statements about what Liverpool can achieve under his guidance, but promised that the team will be working harder than ever.
"I am not the guy who is going to go out and shout, 'We are going to conquer the world' or something like this," he said in further press briefings after his unveiling.
"But we will conquer the ball, each time. We will chase the ball. We will run more, fight more.
"You have to do it and you will. That is what we all have to learn, maybe. I'm only interested in 100 per cent of each player. Now we have to work on that.
"The only thing I need is players that want to help the team. They have to listen to what I say.
"That is very important because I believe it is better to have 11 players do the same thing wrong than everybody doing what they want. We have to do it one way and that is my way.
"Now we cannot talk about football philosophy and ball possession, playing like Barcelona, playing like whoever. No, this team needs to create their own style."