Liverpool's chief executive officer Peter Moore will step down at the end of next month after three years in the role, the Premier League champions said on Friday.
Moore said: "To think we have won the UEFA Champions League, FIFA Club World Cup and now the Premier League title during my time here is way beyond my dreams".
Liverpool owner John Henry, chairman Tom Werner and president Mike Gordon said in a joint statement that Moore had helped the club move forward since coming onboard in 2017.
Moore replaced Ian Ayre in 2017 and has been an inspired addition to the Anfield outfit.
"I came back to Liverpool in 2017 having been in the U.S. for over 30 years and it's been such a special experience". 'It's been a phenomenal achievement by the manager, players and staff.
He said: "On behalf of all our staff, partners and other stakeholders, I'd like to place on record our thanks to Peter for his leadership during the past three seasons and wish him well on his return to the U.S. with his wife Debbie".
Moore will remain in situ until the end of August to assist the highly-regarded Billy Hogan, who has been promoted from Chief Operating Officer to Chief Executive, with his transition.
Hogan has been instrumental in revamping Liverpool's commercial department and has been responsible for bringing in a number of official partnerships, the highest profile being the new club-record kit deal with Nike, which begins on Saturday.
CARDIFF, WALES - APRIL 21: (THE SUN OUT, THE SUN ON SUNDAY OUT) Peter Moore CEO of Liverpool with Michael Sheen actor during the Premier League match between Cardiff City and Liverpool FC at Cardiff City Stadium on April 21, 2019 in Cardiff, United Kingdom.
'Liverpool is in a wonderful position both on and off the pitch, and I couldn't be more thankful for the talented men and women that I have worked alongside to make this happen'.
"My wife and I married here two years ago and we go back to the United States to our families with mixed emotions. Excited and looking forward to being reunited with our families and grown-up children in the United States, emotional about leaving Liverpool which we've loved every minute of the opportunity to make a difference and leave our mark in the history of this great city and club".
Hogan, who will officially take over in a month's time, said: "On behalf of all our staff, partners and other stakeholders, I'd like to place on record our thanks to Peter for his leadership during the past three seasons and wish him well on his return to the U.S. with his wife Debbie. I thank John, Tom and Mike for this opportunity to lead the business into the next phase of this exciting chapter".