Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his team can repeat their performances from the previous campaign and challenge for the Premier League title next season, Mirror reports.
The Reds finished second last year, two points away from champions Manchester City, and many thought they would be challengers once again.
However, they have struggled to replicate their form and suffered a number of disappointing results earlier in the campaign.
They are now fifth in league, 19 points away from leaders and title favourites Chelsea, leaving Rodgers with a top four finish the only thing left fighting for.
The manager is already planning to put this season behind them as he begins planning on how he can transform his squad into title contenders in the summer.
“Of course it’s been disappointing not to have had a challenge. But we have great hope we can really push on again. I have absolutely no doubt it will happen,” he said.
A spot in the Champions League is not out of the question, as a win against Hull City tonight will put them only four points behind Manchester United, who are currently occupying the final spot in next season’s elite European competition.