The full-back says the club understands how hard it is to win titles, but they expect to come back with at least one in hand
Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold says that his side expect to secure at least one trophy every season, adding that he doesnt feel his side has underachieved in the last few years.
Alexander-Arnold has already lifted a Champions League and Premier League trophy at age 23, having been a key part of Liverpools runs to those two titles.
And the Reds are still in the running to win all four major trophies on offer this season, with the full-back saying that the clubs expectation is to win at least one of those.
“We dont feel disappointed that we havent got enough trophies,” he said.
“Im not making any digs, but you look at Man Citys amazing team, they havent been able to lift the Champions League.
“Theres an expectation now. One trophy a season minimum.”
Liverpool are set to continue their Champions League pursuit this week as they take on Inter, while the Reds remain in the Premier League title race as they sit second.
As things stand, Liverpool are nine points behind Manchester City, but they do have a game in hand on their perennial title rivals.
Liverpool also have a Carabao Cup final against Chelsea on the horizon, with that match set for February 27.
Finally, theres also the FA Cup to worry about, with Liverpool set to face Norwich in the fifth round.