Virgil van Dijk believes Liverpool are on the right track to end their silverware drought.
Liverpool came close to winning their first trophy since the 2012 League Cup when they reached the Champions League final in May.
Real Madrid beat them 3-1 in Kiev however, meaning the agonising wait goes on.
Van Dijk, who joined in January for a world-record fee for a defender, feels they are only improving.
“We’re going to work our socks off and do everything possible to make it happen this season. We were very close to silverware but obviously not close enough,” Van Dijk told Liverpool’s website.
“Like I said when I arrived, I want to achieve everything possible with this beautiful club.”
On his own personal development, he added: “I can improve in any aspect of the game. At the moment, it’s getting back to full fitness, making sure I’m getting better and stronger than I was before.
“I will work every day and do everything possible and no doubt it will happen.”