Trent Alexander-Arnold has backed Liverpool to complete an unprecedented quadruple this season, two seasons after the Reds underwent a similar challenge.
During the 2021/22 season, Jurgen Klopp’s side were also challenging on four fronts and came away with the Carabao Cup and FA Cup.
The Reds lost the Premier League title to Manchester City on the final day and were defeated by Real Madrid in the final of the Champions League.
Gunning for glory once again this term, Liverpool will take part in the Carabao Cup final later this month against Chelsea and will have a real belief of coming away with multiple trophies to their name.
There is also the added incentive of trying to go out on a high during Klopp’s final months, a challenge other members of the first-team squad have already referenced.
Making clear the priority is to claim every piece of silverware on offer, Alexander-Arnold told CNN:
“I’m fully focused on winning every single trophy possible. My aim is to go and win the quadruple. It’s only a couple of weeks before we want to get our arms on our first piece of silverware.
“Every game is almost like a final now because a certain other team [Manchester City] look like they are clicking into gear, which means it is going to go down to the wire as usual.
“It means every game is a must-win, simple as that. That’s the way you want it. You want to get pushed, you want to push yourself as far and as hard as you can. Even a draw feels like a loss, no matter the context of it.”
Rating the Reds’ hopes of the four trophies that remain on offer, Alexander-Arnold added:
“Carabao Cup, there’s a 50/50 chance. The cup competitions speak for themselves because it is knockout football. I would back ourselves against any team in the world over two legs. European football at Anfield, we back ourselves to be able to beat any team in Europe and the world.
“For the FA Cup, I’d back ourselves to be able to beat any team. What I believe we are capable of doing is beating any team that’s in front of us.
“That’s the mentality we need to have. The league is going to come down to consistency and results. It will be nice to say we are going to win every game between now and the end of the season, but there’s a good chance that’s not going to happen.
“We need to put a good run together, which we need we are capable of doing and we also need to keep our mentality right because I’m sure the pressure will be right behind us.”