Trent Alexander-Arnold insists Liverpool will be ‘relentless’ in their efforts to wrap up the Premier League title
The Reds have hit the ground running in England’s top-tier competition this season, winning nine of the opening ten Premier League fixtures, drawing only once along the way.
After narrowly missing out on the title last term despite gathering the club’s record 97 league points, the Merseyside giants will be desperate to land the Premier League title after 30 years of waiting.
Jurgen Klopp’s men travel to the newly-promoted Aston Villa this weekend, looking to maintain a six-point cushion to Manchester City in the second place.
In the build-up to his side’s trip to Villa Park, the Liverpool homegrown talisman has announced his team’s ambition to please their fans and clinch the first league title since 1989/90 campaign.
“Relentlessness is probably the main word in and around the camp at the minute,” the 21-year-old said, as reported by the Daily Express.
“We want to keep winning games, gathering as many points as possible and winning more trophies.
“You can’t do that without being consistent in tournaments and over the league campaign – and that’s what we want to be, consistent.
“We saw last season that getting a big haul of points wasn’t enough, so we still need to pick up as many points as possible.”
Last season’s runners-up are odds-on favorites ahead of the Saturday kick-off, as they hope to post their sixth consecutive top-flight triumph at Villa Park.