A new city hotel has unveiled the latest LFC mural to be painted in Liverpool.
The huge artwork is being crafted on the side of The Arc Hotel, in Anfield, that opened last week.
Mural painters Murwalls are in charge of the massive commission and have made great progress since Monday.
In a unique twist, the creators are making the mural up of some of Liverpool’s greatest legends from past and present teams.
Pictures taken by ECHO photographer Colin Lane, show the incredible stars standing in front of the Kop at Anfield.
Many people have already begun commenting on the artwork that is likely to be completed in the coming days.
On Facebook, The Arc Hotel are inviting fans down to see the work being carried out and to try out their new bar.
After welcoming their first guests last weekend, staff are keen to get more people through the doors.
They posted: “Murwalls have started work on our Liverpool legends Mural at the side of the hotel.
“Come down and take a look and enjoy some of our mouth watering locally sourced food and drink offerings from Crosby Coffee Cake Hole Liverpool and Satter bake.”
Responding to pictures and video of the artwork being done, fans have already described it as “amazing” and “brilliant”.
The mural on Anfield Road hotel is just the latest in a number of large pieces painted across the city since the Reds won the Premier League back in June.
The mural shows Jordan Henderson holding up the Premier League trophy in triumph with a huge grin on his face.
Featured beside Henderson is former captain Alan Hansen, pictured holding the trophy when the team last won the league in 1990.
The artwork is located just a short walk away from the stadium and has already gained a lot of attention from fans.
In June, a mural of a laughing Jurgen Klopp popped up on Jamaica Street.
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Painted by Liverpool artist Caleb it shows Klopp’s beaming smile next to the words “We are Liverpool 2020!” and a Liver bird clutching the Premier League trophy.
Also in June, an LFC mural was painted on the side of a building off Bold Street to mark the title win.
The vibrant artwork in Ropewalks Square, shows players including Firmino and Mane with their arms round one another, as they celebrate the victory.