Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard says the side is targeting a top-four finish and a trophy this season under new manager Brendan Rodgers.
The Reds have endured a poor start to the season, winning just four of their first 11 games, but Gerrard is confident his side can put together a winning streak that can hopefully kickstart their season.
When asked by the BBC about Liverpool’s ambitions this season, Gerrard replied: “Top four and a trophy.”
Liverpool suffered another setback on Thursday with a 3-2 home defeat to Udinese in the Europa League, but having thrashed Norwich 5-2 in their last Premier League game, Gerrard feels his side can now go on a winning run and move up the table.
“The Norwich win will be the catalyst to push us on. We should have a few more points but teams will find it really difficult to play against us,” he said.
“I’m confident we can go on a run of winning games.
“They are good opportunities but they are also tough games. They are games we should be winning, certainly here at home.
“We’ve being playing well for a number of weeks, so if we can continue that I am sure we can take maximum points in both those games.”