Trent Alexander-Arnold has warned Liverpool are “relentless” in their quest of more trophies.
Liverpool ended their wait for silverware with Champions League success last season and are now fighting on four fronts this term.
The Reds are also heading to Qatar for the Club World Cup in December and will look to add more trophies to their collection.
Alexander-Arnold wasn’t involved in the thrilling Carabao Cup success over Arsenal on Wednesday night, but warned: “Relentlessness is probably the main word in and around the camp at the minute.
“We want to keep winning games, gathering as many points as possible and winning more trophies.
“You can’t do that without being consistent in tournaments and over the league campaign – and that’s what we want to be, consistent.
“We saw last season that getting a big haul of points wasn’t enough so we still need to pick up as many points as possible.”
Alexander-Arnold also reserved praise for boss Jurgen Klopp, who will be eyeing his first domestic trophy this season.
“The belief comes from the manager and the way he tells us to play football. We know if we are losing we have the players, the squad and the bench to come on and win games or get us equaliser,” he added.
“We saw it at Manchester United with Adam (Lallana) coming on late and getting our equaliser which was vitally important for us.
“We just know when we go a goal down that we shouldn’t panic and not to start forcing things but keep playing the way we want to play.”