Sterling has yet to win a team honour as a senior footballer.
Liverpool attacking midfielder Raheem Sterling has vowed to try to win every competition that the Reds enter this season.
The Anfield club came agonisingly close to winning their first Premier League title ever last season, but they were pipped by Manchester City on the final day.
Despite their disappointment at coming so to glory, the season was pretty successful overall, as it secured them a return to the Champions League following a four-year absence.
Liverpool won the Champions League back in 2005, but since then the 2006 FA Cup and the 2012 League Cup are their only major honours.
Sterling is hopeful that the Anfield trophy cabinet will be slightly more congested by the end of May.
“We will definitely be trying to challenge for everything we are involved in this season,” Sterling told Sky Sports. “At Liverpool, over the years, and more so in the last year, we are really trying to get a trophy.
“That is definitely something we are trying to achieve this year.”
Liverpool, who host Aston Villa this evening, have taken six points from their opening three Premier League matches so far this term, with Sterling scoring twice in the process.
The Reds begin their European challenge on Tuesday with a home game against Bulgarian champions Ludogorets Razgrad.
Middlesbrough travel to Anfield later in the month, when Liverpool begin their quest to win the League Cup for a record ninth time.