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The midfielder was just 17-years-old when Jordan Henderson lifted the trophy to end a three decade wait for the Reds to win the title.
Elliott, had only arrived at Anfield the previous summer from Fulham, and made just two Premier League appearances that season - making his league debut as a replacement for Mohamed Salah off the bench in a 2-0 win over Sheffield United.
Premier League rules at the time stated that winners' medals could only be given to those who made a minimum of five appearances, and though Elliott missed the cut by three games, Klopp delivered on a promise he made a few weeks before they were presented with the trophy.
He told the Liverpool Echo: 'I am not sure if it was [Klopp's] medal, it could have been his but I got one at the end of the day, I walked into the changing room after the parade and the presentations and they gave it to me then.
Harvey Elliott played a small part during Liverpool's first Premier League title win in 2019-20
Elliott has revealed that Jurgen Klopp made good on a promise for the youngster to receive a medal from their title win - despite making just two appearances in the league that season
'I mean I can't really describe how I felt I was just over the moon and sending pictures to my mum and dad [saying]: 'I've got a medal! I've got a medal!' And they were in the ground as well, so I was able to go up and show them and have a bit of a celebration with them. It was just, you know, a great feeling.'