Andrew Robertson insists Liverpool are motivated to keep winning after their Premier League triumph.
Jurgen Klopp's men set new standards of excellence before coronavirus stopped play in March, winning 27 of their first 29 fixtures.
The Reds were on course to break City's all-time points record of 100, but their patchy form since the top-flight's resumption on June 17 has seen that opportunity slip away.
Liverpool have dropped points in three of their five outings since being named champions, and it has been suggested that their hunger for trophies will be diminished after picking up such an elusive piece of silverware.
However, Robertson says that no one in the current squad is content to rest on their laurels, and that sustained success is now the main goal for England's new top club.
The left-back told Premier League Productions: “It's about the feeling we had in the hotel when Chelsea beat Man City, it's about the feeling we had on the open-top bus when we beat Tottenham in the Champions League final - they're the feelings that, as a footballer, you can't get much better than and we want to hold on to them.
“We don't want it to be a one or two-times-off, we want that to become the normal, we want that winning feeling every single year and that's why after winning the Champions League we stayed so motivated to go and win the Premier League.