Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah sent a warning message to Reds Premier League rivals this season that Liverpool are determined to add silver to their Champions League title this season.
Jurgen Klopp's men are well on their way to their first Premier League title, having lost only one point in the Manchester City game last season.
Liverpool started the season perfectly, having won both Premier League opening games. A 4-1 win over the newly promoted Norwich was followed by a Chelsea Super Cup victory.
The Reds then beat Southampton 2-1 on Saturday to make sure they won all the games played so far in this campaign.
Salah was one of the three recipients of the Premier League gold boot last season, along with team-mate Sadio Mane and Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette.
The Egyptian striker told CNN the message he and his teammates received from manager Jurgen Klopp.
"Keep working hard and if you want to win another thing you have to work harder than you did maybe last season and you have to be really humble, and that's fine, the Champions League is over. It was the # 39. "Last year, so forget it. Fight for the new trophies again this season."
After winning the Champions League last season, Liverpool will be aiming to get their hands on the Premier League trophy at the end of this campaign, but there will be numerous clubs with the same ambition.
"If you play in a club like Liverpool, it's always a great expectation, you have to win something," Salah added.
"So there is always a high expectation in football. So even if it doesn't come from yourself, from people because they want to see the club win something."
Liverpool will host the Arsenal in their next meeting in the Premier League, a game in which one or both teams will lose their 100% record of wins so far this season.