Spanish ace feels fourth spot should be a minimum.
Liverpool striker Iago Aspas has said that the club should be targeting a top four spot as an absolute minimum this season, according to reports in the Metro.
The Spanish striker who joined the club over the summer from Celta Vigo has his sights firmly set on playing Champions League football next term.
And with Brendan Rodgers’ side currently just two points behind early pacesetters Arsenal in the league table, Aspas believe’s that the top four is the least that the Reds can accomplish.
“I think we should be aiming to finish in the top four – I think it is the minimum for this club,” he told the Liverpool website.
“The squad is very good; you can see that when you consider it player by player.
“My ambition is to play as many times as possible and to try to do it in the best possible way to finish in the top four.”
Aspas is currently on the sidelines with a thigh injury but has watched his teammates build a good case for themselves over the past few weeks and will hope to play a more regular role in the side once he returns to full fitness.
The 26-year-old has made just six appearances for the Anfield outfit this season and has so far failed to find the net.