Defender Martin Kelly is targeting Europa League glory with Liverpool this season.
The Reds right-back has become an integral member of the team in recent weeks and is set to feature in Thursday's last 32 first-leg tie with Sparta Prague.
Kelly has been pleased by Liverpool's performances in Europe in this campaign which has seen them go unbeaten en route to reaching the knock-out stages.
And the England Under-21 international has called for the Merseysiders to bring the trophy back to Anfield, starting with a solid showing in Prague.
"We've done well to progress and we want to go on to win it," he said.
"That's our aim, but we'll take one game at a time. Our next one is the Sparta Prague one and that's what we're focused on."
He added: "In the knockout stages you're up against good sides, you've got to get a good result over there so the second leg will be easier here at Anfield.
"So we'll be going out to Prague trying to get a good result."
Liverpool enter Thursday's game on the back of a 1-1 draw with Wigan Athletic in the Premier League.
Kelly acknowledges the Reds were frustrated to see their four-match winning streak brought to a halt, but insists they were unlucky not to have collected all three points.
"We can't fault our commitment, we tried our hardest to get the (winning) goal but it just wasn't to be," he said.
"Things weren't going our way, but if we'd have kept going for another five or ten minutes a goal would have definitely come."