Liverpool's Director of football strategy Damien Comolli has been in post since November working on transfer policy and a long-term blueprint.
Caretaker boss and Reds legend Kenny Dalglish has been out of management for over ten years and, despite his playing and managerial experience, is happy to defer to the more savvy Comolli on transfer matters.
"Forget transfers and talk about the position Damien has," said Dalglish.
"There is so much demand on a manager's time that it is important to have someone actively organising people, going to see either teams for reports on matches or individual players.
"Having conversations daily with people in the game and seeing what the movement of players are and then reporting back to the manager so the two of them can make a decision.
"I think it is a fantastic help and I don't have a problem with Damien."