Jurgen Klopp says that Liverpool still could hold the Premier League title parade through the town next season, that's when the restrictions around the coronavirus are eased by the government.
Liverpool are on the verge of winning their first Premier League title in 30 years as they need only two wins of the nine matches left for play.
The fixtures are set to resume on June 17 behind closed doors, which means that when Liverpool lift the title it will be no supporters to celebrate the triumph with their favourite team.
"That you can't celebrate in the way you've always dreamed of, that's not nice, I totally understand that," Klopp told Sky Germany.
"I feel the same way. It's not that my ideal is to celebrate alone in the stadium, then just drive home.
"There comes a day when life will get back to normal. When someone has found the vaccine, when someone has found a solution to the problem, when infection rates are zero or below - that day will come eventually. Then we have the right to celebrate what we want to celebrate on that day.
"If this is the 12th or 13th matchday of next season and we want to celebrate it - who is going to stop it? Then we still have the trophy and then we can drive it around town and stand on the bus. If other people then think that we are completely crazy, I honestly don't care."
Liverpool had a remarkable season so far as they are first at the table with 82 points from 29 games when the Premier League was suspended in March. The Reds lost points on two occasions this season the first time from a draw and the second by a defeat from Watford.
Klopp's side are also close to beat Manchester City's record total of 100 points from the 2017-18 season, but in order to happen Liverpool need to win all of the remaining games.