Firmino was part of the team that won the Emirates FA Cup and Carabao Cup while also reaching the final of the Champions League and losing out by a solitary point to Manchester City in the Premier League title race during an unforgettable 2021-22 campaign.
The Brazilian striker and his teammates got 2022-23 up and running with an impressive 3-1 victory over City in the FA Community Shield last weekend and begin their fresh bid for Premier League glory at Fulham this Saturday lunchtime.
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“I feel grateful for last season. I don’t want to diminish the achievement of the two trophies, but we were chasing all four and unfortunately it wasn’t to be,” Firmino told the official matchday programme.
“Who knows this season? We’ll go after all four trophies again, but it’s about taking things step by step, working very hard to get there. Of course it’s possible and our focus is to win all four trophies.
“We will compete for all four, but it depends on the work we do and how we progress. Our focus is to compete in and win all four competitions,” Firmino concluded.
Last term ended in heartbreak with defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, but thousands of Liverpool fans lined the streets of the city the following day to salute the team for their achievements.