Trent Alexander-Arnold has stated his desire to improve his already stellar resume.
After being named vice-captain of his boyhood club, the No.66 has taken on greater responsibility at Liverpool this season.
Alexander-Arnold, who has won seven awards with the Reds since breaking through from the Academy, is aiming for more as he puts strategies in place to give him the best opportunity of achieving his goals.
While on international duty, the Scouser told Channel 4: “The end of last season, the summer camp with England, that was the foundation to go and build on what I’ve built from.”
“I laid a good foundation for about ten or fifteen games.” Then it was about expecting more from myself.
“I have lofty goals and ambitions, and while I’ve achieved many of them, there is still so much more that I want to accomplish.” And it’s all about getting out there and doing it.
“I’ve realized that I’m no longer a young player.” [I’m] approaching the peak years of my career, and how can I make the most of it? And I’m the one who is accountable for it, the one who can make it happen.
“I’ve always felt like I’ve been in control of what I can go and achieve as a player, I just needed the opportunities to go and do that.”