Jamie Carragher insists he is as desperate as ever to add more winners' medals to his collection.
The 34-year-old has helped the Reds claim 11 trophies in his first-team career at Anfield - the latest of which came at Wembley last month following a Carling Cup win over Cardiff City.
Few players have hoarded as many medals as Carragher but he remains keen to add to his stash before retiring.
The defender is also eyeing a fourth European final.
"There was a time when I thought we weren't going to get to another final," he said in an exclusive interview in the 500th edition of LFC magazine this week.
"I want to win more before the end of my career. That's why I'm desperate for the FA Cup and to play in Europe again.
"At the moment we're definitely in the Europa League and I know people knock it but I'd love to reach the final of that competition. I've been to three in Europe so far. To have four in your career would be a fantastic achievement.
"At the end of a career you're desperate more than ever for medals, grabbing as much as you can as you go."
This season has seen our No.23 spend more time on the bench than he's been used to as Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel have been in outstanding form at centre-back.
"I can't lie, it has been difficult at times. But I've said it loads of times in interviews: you have to be respectful to the manager and the other players," Carragher said.
"Privately at times I'm frustrated but that's because I'm a footballer, I want to play and I'm passionate. I wouldn't be here in the first place otherwise. I love the game. But I realise this happens to everyone at a certain age. It also reminds me what I've done.
"I sometimes think, 'Jesus Christ, I've played for Liverpool's first-team pretty much every week for 16 years.'
"When you do it every week, it slips your mind a little but when you play the odd game against Oldham or Brighton at Anfield in the cups and you leave the pitch knowing you've won well and done alright yourself, it's a great feeling. So it sinks in more when you're not playing."
Exclusive interviews with Jamie Carragher and Stewart Downing are in this week's 500th edition of LFC magazine. Also included with the magazine is an exclusive A4 print of Steven Gerrard and Carragher with the Carling Cup.