Jordan Henderson has marked Liverpool's triumph in Madrid with a brilliant tattoo of the Champions League trophy.
Henderson raised aloft the Champions League trophy in Madrid following his side's 2-0 victory against Tottenham and to commemorate the biggest achievement of his career, he's gone under the needle.
The England midfielder has got a tattoo of the Champions League trophy on his left thigh accompanied with the date of the game.
The 29-year-old got inked at Klockwork Tattoo Club 333 in California with tattooist Tommy Montoya sharing his artwork on social media.
"Congratulations to the champs @liverpoolfc @jhenderson. 'Even at the top he remains humble.' #truechampion," he wrote on Instagram.
As expected, Liverpool fans love Henderson's tattoo.
"Henderson's new tattoo is class," one Twitter user wrote.
"Take a look at Henderson's new tattoo! True red," a second wrote.
"Henderson rocking a new tattoo! Class that," a third wrote.
Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard, who captained his team to European glory in 2005, has revealed how he felt watching Henderson lead the Reds to Champions League glory in Spain.
"How could I be jealous of Jordan lifting the trophy? He's my mate," he said.
"I am tight with Jordan and we played together for many years with Liverpool and England.
"I was delighted for him and it was so deserved, there is no better professional than Jordan.
"You get out of this game what you put in, so if you go on that then he certainly deserves it."