Saturday night saw the turn of the year, bringing an end to a 2022 that brought the Reds to near-immortal status before a dramatic dip in the following season.
Jurgen Klopps side are beginning to rewrite their form for the current campaign, and New Years Eve allowed the squad to reflect on a remarkable year just gone.
It was a calendar year that saw Liverpool collect more points than any other side in the English football pyramid, tied with Man City on 79, while also leading to success in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup.
There was last-day failure in the Premier League and Champions League, but also opportunity for the clubs most promising youngsters.
That all shone through as the likes of Henderson and Van Dijk took to social media to look back on 2022 and send their New Year messages.
For Henderson it was not a bad 2022, including Englands run to the World Cup quarter-finals, with the captain looking forward to an even better 2023.