‘If we can do it, leave a legacy with this club’: Andy Robertson urges Liverpool to be brutal in their quest for more silverware, as the defender supports the squad to create a dynasty at Anfield
- Andy Robertson has urged Liverpool to continue with more silverware in the future
- The left back said the team could create a legacy after winning the title
- He insisted ‘you never get bored of trophies’ and wants the team to improve
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has supported the team to become legends by winning more silverware after being hurt for 30 years by lifting the Premier League.
The Scottish left back has had a trophy year by helping the club win the Champions League, the UEFA Super Cup, the Club World Cup and the league title last month.
Jurgen Klopp’s men put an end to waiting to get their hands on the coveted prize, as they celebrated the league crown on Wednesday night after beating Chelsea 5-3 in their last home game of the season.
Andy Robertson says Liverpool must continue to push for more silverware to create a legacy
He insisted that medals be cherished and that the players never be bored with trophies
But Robertson insisted that the players cannot be satisfied with their current pull and emphasized the need to evolve next season to stay ahead of their rivals and build on their success to create a legacy.
“Maybe around my neck for a few days [for the medal]he told Liverpool official website. “You are never bored of winning trophies – never, never, never.
“Medals can be cherished. It’s something that once you retire you look back on more, but it’s so important that you get it around your neck to enjoy it.
Robertson urged the team to continue to improve and ensure that success becomes second nature
“Such moments are not common, but we hope to make it more often for this club. If we can do it, the boys are already legends, we will leave a legacy at this club and that’s what we want to do.
“We know that every team will improve next year, and it’s about being there again, being 100 percent again, and I’m sure we’ll be there.”
Winning the Premier League was particularly special to the club as it was a trophy that had eluded them for three decades, with fans going through the agony of getting so close in the 2013-2014 season – when Man City took them to the title.
He admitted that supporters were the motivation of the team behind their Premier League victory
And Robertson said the main driver of their title success was the supporters as the team was determined to produce for them and end the wait.
“It’s for each of them,” he added. “It’s for everyone who has been hurt for 30 years and now we’ve produced the trophy they’ve been waiting for so long.
“That’s what it means to all of us, it has propelled us all season. To get that champion sign above us, that’s what it was for. ‘
Liverpool will close their season to Newcastle United on Sunday with a chance to finish their great campaign with 99 points.