New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has promised he will "fight for his life" to bring success and ultimately the title to Anfield.
Rodgers also admitted the chance to manage a footballing 'dynasty' like Liverpool was too good to turn down.
The Northern Irishman was officially presented as new Reds boss on Friday after a compensation package was agreed with Swansea.
Swansea are understood to have agreed a £7m compensation package for losing the services of Rodgers, coach Colin Pascoe, assistant performance analyst Chris Davies and performance consultant Glen Driscoll. Rodgers is believed to have signed a three-year deal.
At his unveiling Rodgers said: 'I'm very proud, it's a club with wonderful tradition and I feel very blessed with the opportunity to manage the club.