Liverpool will be aiming to win all of their remaining nine matches when the Premier League season returns, asserts Trent Alexander-Arnold.
Liverpool ultimately failed to maintain their own lofty standards when they they were paid a visit by Watford in the final week of February.
The humiliating 3-0 defeat also brought an end to their impressive unbeaten steak and, consequently, their hopes of emulating the Arsenal ‘invincible’ season.
However, that is hardly a matter of concern for Jurgen Klopp’s men who are on the course to lift their first Premier League title in 30 years.
But Alexander-Arnold insists his side will not be looking to merely get by, rather they will push to cross the 100-point barrier.
“We’re not training now just to hopefully cross the line,” Alexander-Arnold told Sky Sports. “But to win every game we’ve got left.
“We’ve got nine games and we want to win them all – that’s our aim.”