Graeme Souness claims the Liverpool players should be “angry” despite winning the first league title for the club for 30 years.
The Reds legend – who won 11 major honours at Anfield – is delighted to see his former side thriving under Jurgen Klopp, but claims they should be upset not have won more.
He told Sky Sports: “They won the Champions League last year and now they have won the Premier League title, but I still think Jurgen Klopp will look back at this period and feel they should have won more than two major trophies.
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“Okay, there was the Club World Cup as well, but to have been so good and so consistent and yet only won two big trophies, I think the players have got to be a bit angry at themselves about that.
“The challenge for them now is to win the big trophies consistently and establish prolonged dominance like the Liverpool teams of the past.
“In five years, if they have dominated the Premier League, if they have dominated the Champions League, then they can be considered as good as any team Liverpool has ever had. But to become a legendary team, you’ve got to become serial winners.
“What I would say is that, given the ages of the players in that Liverpool squad now, given where they are, given the manager they’ve got and the structure in place around the team, they have the potential to go on and become serial winners.
“These players, especially the goalkeeper and the defenders, could play together for another five years easily. That is a great place to be in, knowing you’ve got that foundation.
“The signings they have made have been off the charts and Jurgen deserves huge credit for the work he has done.”
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