Charlie Adam is adamant that Liverpool can finally end their long wait for silverware by winning the Carling Cup in February.
The Reds produced a stoic defensive display in the second half as they overcame Premier League leaders Manchester City 1-0 at the Etihad Stadium in the semi-final, first-leg on Wednesday night.
The Anfield outfit have not won silverware since their FA Cup success against West Ham back in 2006 and have not appeared in a Wembley showpiece final for nearly 16 years.
However, they have never lost at home in 14 previous League Cup semi-finals and the Scotland international is keen to help instil a winning mentality back in the side.
Adam said: "This club should be winning trophies and it has been a number of years since it last won one.
"We want to try and win as many as we can. We are in a semi-final and we have an FA Cup game to come against Manchester United."
Adam remains hopeful that Kenny Dalglish's side can finish off the job against cash-rich City at Anfield on January 25th.
He added: "I think the tie is still open. It was only the second game they have lost at home this season, but it is still going to be difficult at Anfield.
"The clean sheet will give us confidence though, especially as we lost three goals the last time we went to City.
"It is nowhere near done. We have got 90 minutes of hard work, but we have terrific support behind us and Anfield will be rocking.
"It will be a great second leg and hopefully we can do the job."
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