JURGEN KLOPP thinks Liverpool are no longer seen as a stepping stone to other clubs by their players.
Philippe Coutinho made his name at Anfield but his heart set on playing for Barcelona.
The Brazil international achieved his dream in January when Liverpool finally relented and sold the playmaker for £142m.
Last season’s Premier League top-scorer Mohamed Salah has been inevitably linked with Real Madrid.
But Klopp believes the current squad is buying into Liverpool’s history and are excited about the future.
“When I speak about the good mood in the club, that is not only in the stands,” Klopp said.
“We are Liverpool as a team and the boys want to be part of it.
“That’s really cool and it’s a big achievement for the club because of these boys.
“Bobby Firmino, Mo Salah and Sadio Mane, and a lot of the others as well, could play for pretty much any team in the world.
“It is an improved situation that these players don’t use us and then go.