The Reds finally ended 30 years of hurt this season by landing their first English top-flight title in three decades and they are expected to challenge for top honours again next season.
Indeed, Jurgen Klopp’s champions have deservedly romped to the title in a season which has seen Man City, who secured back-to-back triumphs prior to Liverpool’s win, struggle.
But United legend Neville doesn’t fear a decade of dominance at Anfield – because the club doesn’t splash the cash in the transfer window like their mega-rich rivals.
“No, I’m not (concerned),” Neville told Sky Sports when he was asked about Liverpool dominating.
“What would concern me about Liverpool for a long period would be if they were bought out by a super-rich owner, who invested at the level of Manchester City, Manchester United.
“Liverpool still, in their transfer business, are still quite modest compared to the other clubs.
“Their owners just don’t have the money of a Manchester City, or the spending power of a Manchester United or a Chelsea.
“They just don’t, but that makes Jurgen Klopp’s achievement all the more great.
“That’s why you have to really hand it to him and, I have to say, the people behind the scenes who have recruited over recent years.
“They have done it brilliantly.”
Liverpool will finally get their hands on the trophy on Wednesday night, when they face Chelsea at Anfield.
Klopp’s Liverpool secured their first top-flight title in 30 years with seven games to spare and will be presented with the trophy on a special podium built on the Kop stand at Anfield.