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Andy Robertson sets Liverpool silverware target ahead of UEFA Super Cup clash with Chelsea

‘We want to win more trophies now… we don’t want to just stop at the Champions League’: Andy Robertson sets Liverpool silverware target ahead of UEFA Super Cup clash with Chelsea

  • Liverpool take on Chelsea in the UEFA Super Cup on Wednesday in Istanbul 
  • Andy Robertson is desperate for Liverpool to go all out for more glory this term
  • The Reds ended a seven-year trophy drought by winning the Champions League 

Andy Robertson has sent a defiant message to his Liverpool team-mates as they go on the quest for more glory following their Champions League triumph.

Liverpool ended a seven-year trophy drought last June by beating Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid following their Premier League heartbreak just weeks earlier.

The Reds were pipped to the title by Manchester City by an agonising one point and they will go all out for Premier League glory this season – and that started with a 4-1 victory over Norwich on the opening day.

Left back Andy Robertson is desperate to lift more trophies with Liverpool this season

And speaking ahead of their UEFA Super Cup showdown with English rivals Chelsea, Robertson insists his side have a huge taste for glory now, starting on Wednesday.

‘We want to win more trophies now,’ the Scottish left back told Liverpool’s official website.

‘We don’t want to just stop at the Champions League, that’s all we’ve won as a group of players.  

Liverpool started off their Premier League campaign with an emphatic 4-1 win over Norwich

Liverpool started off their Premier League campaign with an emphatic 4-1 win over Norwich

‘We want more but we know how hard that’s going to be. This is our next opportunity to do so and it’d be great if we can take it. But it’s the start of what’s going to be a busy campaign for us.

‘Our ambitions are to go to the very end this season and that means we’ll have more finals.

‘That’s what we have to keep in our heads, but Wednesday is a huge game for us and hopefully we can win it.’ 

The Reds ended a seven-year trophy drought by winning the Champions League in June

The Reds ended a seven-year trophy drought by winning the Champions League in June

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