Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is hoping the club can go on to claim silverware next term after losing two finals last season.
Lallana has admitted it was disappointing to end last season without a trophy as they reached the finals of the League Cup and the Europa League.
However, the former Southampton man expects boss Jurgen Klopp to lead the Reds to glory next season when begins his first full campaign in charge.
The England international believes Klopp will be clever in the summer transfer window in order to provide more competition for places throughout the squad with the view to adding to the Anfield trophy cabinet.
Lallana said: “I’ll look back on the season with mixed feelings.
“I’m delighted with how it’s gone in getting to two finals [League Cup and Europa League], but not getting any silverware is very disappointing. Hopefully we can learn from that and go one step further next season.
“It’s been brilliant. I’ve got a good relationship with him (Klopp) as have lots of the players. I just hope he can bring silverware to Liverpool. That’s what the fans are crazy for.
“He’ll have a good pre-season, and a full season next year to work with his team, and he’ll be shrewd in the transfer market.”