The 20-year-old midfielder is on the crest of a wave at the moment after his recent appearance against Real Madrid, but it's a chance in the top-flight that remains his next goal.
Spearing's two first team appearances to date have both come in Europe, and the Reds number 26 would love a chance to make his domestic debut.
"I've only played in the Champions League which is one of the biggest football competitions in the world, and I want to play in the Premier League for Liverpool," Spearing told Liverpoolfc.tv.
"That would be special for me. I've just got to keep working hard in training and hopefully the boss will keep me involved.
"If I can keep working hard then hopefully my chance will come.
"I was on the bench against Manchester City at Anfield and even though I didn't get on the field it was a great experience for me."
After his role on the bench against City, Spearing then enjoyed an Anfield debut to remember against Real Madrid. His display added to the fantastic ovation received from the Kop has given the Wirral youngster a lot of confidence.
"The cameo role against Madrid I really enjoyed but straight away I got back down to reality and got ready for the next reserve team game.
"The manager said he was very happy with me after the Madrid game and he just told me to keep working hard and more chances will come my way.
"I went out there and just thought I've got to show the boss and the staff what I'm capable of and I can do a job if he needs me.
"Myself and Stephen Darby have been training regularly with the reserve team squad and it's great for your confidence that the manager has the faith to include you with the senior players.
"Stevie G and Jamie Carragher have been fantastic for me and they have given me a lot of advice.
"Stevie got me in a headlock after the Madrid game and told me he was made up for me and that I had done well.
"What better advice could you have as a player than talking to the best midfielder in the world and probably the best defender in the world in my opinion?"
Spearing is Red through and through - and his appearance against Madrid was the kind of stuff dreams are made of for a boy spotted by scouts playing Sunday football in Wirral.
"I signed for the club when I was eight," he said.
"I'm 20 now and have been at the club for 12 years. It's a dream for me and I wouldn't swap that for anything."
"I was picked up playing Sunday football for a team in Wallasey called Greenleas along with Craig Lindfield.
"We went over for a six week trial and then we signed up."
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