Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp sent Adebayo Akinfenwa a congratulatory video message after the forward helped Wycombe secure promotion to the Championship.

After the 2016 League Two play-off final were Akinfenwa's AFC Wimbledon defeated Plymouth, he announced to the world that it was his last game for the club as he was being released.

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He said after the final whistle: 'Hit me up on WhatsApp and get me a job' as he was 'technically unemployed'.

After his Wycombe side beat Oxford 2-1 at Wembley on Monday evening, however, the striker proclaimed: "Let me tell you something, the only person who can hit me up on Whatsapp this time is Klopp, so we can celebrate together."

And Liverpool's first Premier League-winning boss duly obliged after some of his players, including captain Jordan Henderson, alerted him to Akinfenwa's words.

"Congratulations, I watched the game and I didn't see the post-match interviews but Hendo or my players told me that you want... to get in contact with me on Whatsapp," Klopp said.

"Here we go: congratulations!

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"I'm pretty sure you were your whole life at least a Championship player, and now finally you are there, well done.

"Great, great victory.

"Even in these strange times, I hope you celebrate, appropriately!"

Akinfenwa shared a video of himself watching the message to his Twitter page, and afterward said "Klopp, you're a legend!"

And Klopp wasn't the only member of the Anfield club to get in touch.

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Virgil van Dijk tweeted "What a guy! Congrats big man!" while Henderson wrote "Congratulations big man!"

Akinfenwa scored against Liverpool whilst playing for AFC Wimbledon during the 2014/15 FA Cup campaign.