Liverpool may sit in sixth place in the Premier League table, keeping them from playing in the Champions League tournament, but that won't keep the club from finishing on a strong note.
Former Reds defender Alan Hansen believes that a Liverpool appearance in the Europa League final would still be a respectable way to help close out the season.
"If Liverpool did get to the final in Dublin it would be a fantastic way to end the season, as it was 10 years ago when we won the competition and had a great time in Dortmund," Hansen told LFC Weekly.
"The Europa League is not the Champions League, but the winning mentality and togetherness that Kenny [Dalglish] has installed will continue to build the further we go in the competition."
Hansen also adds that although the game isn't crucial, it's still an important one to the coaches.
"In the dressing room before that match, Joe Fagan was absolutely insisting that the meaningless league game was the most important one we would ever play."