Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson Becker insists Champions League success is ‘not enough’ with the goalkeeper eyeing more trophies with the club this season.
The Brazil international joined Liverpool in a £65m deal from Roma in 2018 and enjoyed a memorable debut season at Anfield, winning the Premier League‘s Golden Glove award and helping Jurgen Klopp’s side to be crowned champions of Europe for a sixth time after lifting the Champions League in June.
Alisson has admitted that he can not believe how quickly he would achieve success with the Merseyside club, though the 27-year-old is targeting further silverware as he bids to cement himself into the club’s illustrious history.
“I imagined it would be great, but not all so quickly,” he admitted in an interview with the Independent.
“I came here in the right moment when the team were already in the middle of the right way. I got a good seat and have enjoyed the view.
“We want to keep it going. We’ve become part of Liverpool history, but that’s not enough, we want to give more to the club and the fans.
“We are fighting really hard for the Premier League and for the Champions League again. We know it’s very tough, but we want to do everything possible to achieve these goals.”
Liverpool return to Premier League action this weekend when they host Brighton at Anfield on Saturday, the club looking to maintain their eight-point advantage at the top of the division.