Jordan Henderson has said that his Liverpool side are hungry to match Manchester City’s trophies streak after they defeated Tottenham 2-0 in the Champions League final in Madrid on Saturday to win the first trophy of Jurgen Klopp’s tenure.
City won the League Cup,FA Cup and Premier League of the season to win a historic domestic treble,one point ahead of Liverpool after a thrilling campaign.
And Henderson, who joins two-time winner Emlyn Hughes, Phil Thompson, Graeme Souness and Steven Gerrard as a Liverpool captain to lift a European Cup, says the club will use the success to win more.
Speaking after the match, Jordan Henderson told Sky Sports News: “Football moves quickly and we will go again and keep wanting more.
“[To] show that desire to keep wanting to improve and want more trophies. That is what we have got to do.
“Before this game I said [Manchester] City don’t just win one [but] two or three trophies.
“That is what we are trying to aim for and I know in this group we want to do that. We are young enough to stay together and hopefully we can do that for a long period of time.”
Klopp had lost his previous six cup finals as a manager and Henderson says the victory was reward for the impact the German has brought at Anfield.
“Without him this is impossible. He will take all of the credit and rightly so because what he has created at this football club is amazing,” Henderson said.
“This team he has created, the atmosphere he is creating. The connection with the fans is unbelievable so all the praise goes to him,he said.