JK then goes on to talk about how 97 points would've been enough to win the title in any other season.
JK: "Early on in my life, I had to learn that giving it your all doesn't automatically lead to getting everything you want. But I also quickly realised that there's no alternative - you have to give it your all."
JK: "I am older and more experienced. Because of that, I've realised that my antics don't actually impact the game that much."
JK: "The club is massive, a worldwide brand. But within the club, it's all cosy and warm, it's like a family and that is what I love the most."
JK: "Back when I was in 🇩🇪, Bayern had a 'bottomless pit of money', like £100m. In today's market, that gets you one centre back. So this bottomless pit of money is enough to buy one player in today's world and that doesn't even cover their wages!"
JK: "I'm approachable, but I can't always be there for people, I have to draw a line somewhere. A lot of people think that they can just knock on my front door and ask for an autograph, that drives me absolutely crazy."
JK: "I'm glad that I'm here while Brexit is going on and obviously let's hope it doesn't actually happen. Liverpool is a prime example of what bad politics can do."
JK: "This state of mind, the character that these boys have is incredible. We've always been good, but we've never had the patience to be good throughout a full match."
JK: "Runners up medals are important to me. People looking in from the outside may think otherwise, but I couldn't care less."