ANDY ROBERTSON took to Twitter to share a heartfelt message after lifting the Premier League with Liverpool last night.

The Scotland captain became the fifth Scotsman to lift the top prize in England after being a key part of Jurgen Klopp's side this season.

And he was quick to salute his roots on Twitter following a memorable day in his career.

Alongside a picture of Robertson with the Premier League trophy, he said: "Just a kid from Glasgow who had a dream of playing football.

"Never did I think winning this was possible.

"The best feeling ever and hopefully one of many more to come #YNWA"

Meanwhile, Liverpool manager Klopp believes there is room for improvement in his squad even after their runaway maiden Premier League title win.

“Each player who played now the majority of the games can improve, that’s how it is,” he said.

“The age group they are in, making better decisions, being clearer in whatever they do.

“Other players, they didn’t play that much: Naby is a good example of that, (academy graduate) Curtis Jones is a good example of that – although we don’t want to make it too big but he looks like kind of ready as well – means we have space and we have potential for improvement and we will work on that.

“We had a party, then we have to recover, then we play Newcastle. We have 96 points and it would obviously be really nice if we could get 99.

“It will be difficult but who cares – it was very difficult against Chelsea because they were so good and the boys did it any way.”