New Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre is convinced the Fenway Group will bring the good times back to Anfield.
Liverpool haven't won a trophy for five years but the club's new managing director insists a structure is being put in place to ensure that drought is addressed.
"I took great comfort when John Henry did his first interview on that famous day when we came down the steps at Slaughter and May," Ayre told the Liverpool Echo. "The most poignant line that everyone hung on to was 'we want to win'.
"We all want to win. It's not going to happen overnight and I don't think it should.
"What both John and Tom (Werner) have said is that we don't want to build a team to win it once, we want to build a team to keep winning it.
"When I started going to matches we kept on winning it. We want to build a team who can do that again.
"It's going to take a lot of hard work but if everyone comes together I'm convinced Liverpool can get back to where they were.
"Everyone has to believe that. The minute people stop believing we'll be in trouble."