Dirk Kuyt today celebrated signing a contract extension at Anfield and admitted: "Now I want to win trophies."
The Dutchman has put pen to paper on a new Liverpool deal, following in the footsteps of teammate Lucas Leiva who also committed his future to the club last month.
Having established himself as a first-team regular during his five years on Merseyside, Kuyt has now set his sights firmly on helping the Reds bring silverware back to Anfield.
"It's a great feeling to sign my second extension for the club," he told Liverpoolfc.tv. "It feels like a privilege to help the club back to where they belong.
"I've had a great time so far. Liverpool are one of the biggest clubs in the world and it's special to be here. We've come close to winning trophies a few times but unfortunately it didn't happen.
"It's great to play five years for a club like Liverpool but you want to win trophies and that's what I am aiming for. That's what I believe in and what I will be fighting for."
Kuyt's optimism for a successful Anfield future is fuelled by the owners' determination to bring in top quality players - and a thriving Academy set-up in Kirkby.
"Everyone knows the last two seasons have not gone as good as we would have wanted, but I don't like to look at the past," he added. "The future looks bright.
"Since the arrival of the owners a lot of things have happened in a positive way and I think everyone can see we have been playing better. We can see the quality of the players who arrived in January and also it's right to say that the youth players have done well. Martin Kelly has had a good season, although he is unfortunately injured at the moment, and John Flanagan played well against Manchester City.
"The future is bright here, definitely."
And although Kuyt has signed for the long-term, he admits there are also short-term aims to achieve over the remainder of this season.
"We have lots to play for," he said. "We have to win all of our games, starting on Sunday. It will be difficult but we have shown we can beat the best in this league. We've done it against Chelsea, City and United, so hopefully we can add Arsenal to that."
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