Brendan Rodgers has revealed he started planning for the 2014-15 season already just hours after the conclusion of the 2013-14 campaign.
The Reds ended the season in second place, coming agonisingly close to claiming a first ever Premier League title.
Rodgers has spoken of the confidence he has in the group of players of achieving that goal in the near future, and has revealed preparations for next season have already begun.
“Our work has started already,” Rodgers explained.
“We had a three-hour recruitment meeting. So there is certainly no complacency; we’re hungry to succeed here. As much as we’ve had a good season, we want to go one better next season if we can.
“This is an ever-evolving league; it gets better every season. We’re in a league where there are not just British players – this is a league that is full of world-class players.
“We need to draw on the positives of this season – of which there are many – and we need to add players that can come and improve us. That’s key for us.
“It’s about taking in players that have hunger; you’ve got to retain your hunger and bring players in of that profile, as well as the other attributes I want, which is the technical capacity in the game and tactical intelligence.”