Jose Enrique today admitted the prospect of another Wembley final will act as extra motivation when the Reds welcome Stoke to Anfield for the FA Cup quarter-final this weekend.
After enjoying Liverpool's Carling Cup success last month, the Spanish full-back is eyeing a quick return to the national stadium - although he recognises the challenge which lies ahead against Tony Pulis' men.
"Everyone enjoyed going to Wembley so much and we all want to go back there again," he said.
"To win a trophy in my first season here was amazing and I think we have a big chance to get another one.
"But there are still two games to get through before the final and we must focus on them.
"It is difficult to play against Stoke. They are a real English team, kicking the ball all the time to their striker and we have to be careful at throw-ins and corners. They are not an easy team to beat."
The Reds are looking forward to the game on the back of a morale-boosting 3-0 derby victory in midweek when Steven Gerrard netted a treble to end a run of three straight league defeats.
"Playing Everton is a special game, especially for the fans, and it was great to play in it," he added.
"We played well and scored three goals. It was so important we got the three points.
"In many games this season we've played well but not got the points because we've been unlucky in front of goal. In many games we've deserved more this season.
"We have to be realistic about the Champions League. We are 10 points behind so it is going to be really hard but we are still trying because the league hasn't finished. There are still many points to play for and we need to put together a run of wins.
"If we play like we did against Everton then we can beat anyone."