Anfield hero is making plans for next year on Merseyside.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina has dropped the biggest hint he is staying at the club yet as he outlines plans for next season.
The 28-year-old has been linked with a move away from Anfield for some time and was the subject of a failed bid from Arsenal last summer.
Arch-rivals Manchester United have also shown interest in the Spain international as a replacement for Edwin van der Sar.
Reina has always declared his love for the club but wants the board to show ambition especially after the departure of Fernando Torres to Chelsea.
Liverpool had the worst start in Premeir League history this year under Roy Hodgson but fortunes on the pitch have turned around following the appointment of Kenny Dalglish.
But Reina says the club cannot afford another start like they had next year if they want to win a trophy.
“We didn’t start this season, or last, the best – and next time we need to make sure that doesn’t happen,” he told LFC Weekly.
“We need to be consistent with the aggression, commitment – everything. And if we get the balance right, we’ll be a lot closer to where we want to be.”