Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has paid tribute to outgoing James Bond actor Daniel Craig following the release of No Time to Die.
The 25th Bond film represents Craig's final appearance as the British MI6 agent, and the 53-year-old recently claimed that Klopp would fit perfectly in the role.
Craig expressed his opinion that Klopp was "way beyond James Bond" but the Liverpool coach does not see himself fitting into Craig's trunks anytime soon.
Speaking ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash with Manchester City, Klopp said: "I was lucky enough to meet Daniel Craig a few times and I will miss him as James Bond! I am happy watching him and seeing him do what he does! I actually will miss him as James Bond to be honest.
"I would be a very bad James Bond! If I walked out of the water in swim shorts, the whole of the world would turn off! It's a great story, I will watch it always. He has to save the world and I have to help Liverpool."
The Reds enter Sunday's game with the champions without Trent Alexander-Arnold, with Klopp confirming that the right-back's muscle issue will keep him out.