Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been placed under red alert after Anfield chief executive Peter Moore said the club has its eyes on nothing else but silverware.
Moore stated that the club has returned to its status as a big club in the Premier League and will go for nothing else than winning titles.
The Liverpool chief noted the inscription on the Kop which reads “European Royalty” stressing that it must be reflected in the achievements of the club both in the league and in Europe.
Moore noted that financial strength to securing the service of good managers and players is key to winning in the modern day football and that is close to being achieved by his side after finishing second last season.
The Liverpool chief, therefore, vows to ensure all that is available in the club, including the finance and the players harnessed to ensure success on the pitch.
Manager Klopp has been praised for returning Liverpool back to its glory days by coming close to two major trophies last season, the Premier League and the Champions League, spelling hope of a trophy this season.
The Anfield team are yet to win a trophy since the League Cup that was won in 2012.