To lift the Premier League trophy without the fans will be a strange experience for Liverpool's players.
It believes the Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson, who hope that the season may soon restart.
Liverpool need six points in the remaining nine matches to win the English championship for the first time in 30 years.
There is still not a date for a restart, after that the season was suspended in march due to coronapandemien.
Fans will not be allowed access to the remaining matches in a possible restart. It has the English government decided.
- of Course it will feel different, for if you win a trophy and receive it without the fans on site, so it will be quite strange, " says Henderson for BBC Radio.
He stresses that the title is not in the house yet, and that there must be provided some results on the football field.
- It is still not over and we still have some work ahead of us. We want to finish the season strong, so we can ensure that we can perform over an entire season.
- Subsequently, and if we win the trophy, and the fans are not there, then we must deal with it, " says Henderson.
the Clubs in the Premier League began last week to train in smaller groups without physical contact.
Wednesday is the plan, to the clubs talk together and decide about the next and second phase of Project Restart, which allows physical contact between the players for training, can be put in the time.