Liverpool defender Andy Robertson insists the motivation to win will burn just as bright next season as the players have a responsibility to bring trophies to the club.
Jurgen Klopp and his players will be presented with a long-awaited first league title in 30 years on Wednesday night after their final home match with Chelsea.
Despite them running away with it this year – their current lead is 18 points – having wrapped things up with seven matches remaining, Robertson said it will not dull their ambition and drive.
The club have urged fans to stay away from Anfield for Wednesday’s match.
“The Premier League trophy presentation will be happening inside the stadium and, contrary to reports, nothing is happening outside of the stadium,” said chief executive Peter Moore in a statement.
“When the time is right, we will all come together to celebrate but, for now, we are asking fans to keep themselves and their families safe by celebrating at home.”
Liverpool continue to build for the future, however, with teenager Layton Stewart, who scored 16 times for the under-18s last season, signing a new contract.