Luis Suarez is confident that, under the stewardship of Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool can add some silverware to the Anfield trophy cabinet this season.
The Reds are without a notable trophy since the 2006 FA Cup final triumph over West Ham - and five years represents an unaccustomed period of time devoid of glory for a club with such a rich history.
However, Liverpool is out to win everything this term, and Dalglish has built a squad capable of challenging on all fronts.
The January arrivals of Suarez and Andy Carroll - followed by seven high-profile summer acquisitions - heralded a renewed sense of optimism on Merseyside, and the Liverpool players have bought into this feeling.
Suarez certainly feels the Reds have the capability of ending the season with a trophy or two - especially with a manager like Dalglish at the helm.
"We're certainly capable of beating anyone," said the 24-year-old. "The team is in good form and feeling very confident, and it's also good the manager can see we have the ambition to pick up trophies.
"But for now, we'll take each match as it comes and hope to pick up some victories in the next few games."
He added: "I think the new arrivals have all been positive additions that have helped the team a lot.
"Although they know they are key players, the main thing is all of the squad knows we are in it together. No one player is bigger than the rest - on the field we are all equal."