John W Henry has hinted Liverpool will hand Kenny Dalglish an extended deal as manager and stay at Anfield by redeveloping the famous venue.
Dalglish was named Reds manager for the remainder of the season following Roy Hodgson's sacking last month, much to the delight of the club's fans.
Despite a slow start to Dalglish's return, the team are now in fine form having won their last three matches without conceding a goal.
The 59-year-old Scot has lifted the doom and gloom surrounding the club and Henry admits the club are reaping the rewards of bringing Dalglish back.
"It's still early, but in retrospect you could not have made, in our case it was very fortunate for us, but we could not have made a better choice," he told Fox Soccer Channel.
"I know he, for a long time now, has wanted to be in this position, so it's a great thing for the club, for Kenny and for us."