Trent Alexander-Arnold has hinted that Liverpool players are ready for two finals in the bid to wrap up the campaign with silverware.
Having secured their place in the Champions League final following a stunning comeback against FC Barcelona, Klopp’s men will switch focus to Wolves clash in the Premier League finale.
Even though Man City are in pole position to win the title, a slip-up against Brighton and a win for the Reds against Wolves will end their wait for a Premier League crown.
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And Alexander-Arnold who was one of the Anfield heroes on Tuesday hinted they are ready for a positive conclusion to an incredible title race.
“I’m pretty sure it will [go down in Anfield history],” he told Liverpoolfc.com.
“I think anyone who was at the game will say it was probably one of the best atmospheres they have ever witnessed. I think Barcelona were shocked by how good we were, even over there [in the first leg].
“When we play at Anfield we are a completely different team, even better. We have got our fans behind us and it’s an incredible atmosphere, it’s everything really. I think they [Barcelona players] were all shocked really and surprised, and we just took the advantage and punished them.
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“It’s tough to take in but we’ve got a job to do on Sunday so hopefully we’ll see what happens. We’ve done everything we can this season to try to bring success. We have two finals left now and it’s important for us to give our all in these two games.”