Philippe Coutinho is out to build on his best season yet at Anfield by adding more goals and consistency to his game.

The 22-year-old was in sparkling form for Liverpool in 2014-15, with his memorable strikes against Manchester City and Southampton providing two of the campaign's highlights. 

He won't be resting on his laurels when the players return, however, and has already set out his targets for improvement.

“You always strive for consistency. The game here in England is more intense both with the ball and without the ball," he told Liverpool FC's official magazine.

"I have been trying to adapt so that I can play that kind of game and have a greater intensity about my work.

"[Goalscoring] is something I am working on in every training session. That element of my game has improved but my objective is to try to increase those numbers again and I will be aiming to next season."

Kopites have witnessed Coutinho flourish since his move to Merseyside from Inter Milan two-and-a-half seasons ago.

And the midfield maestro, who will represent Brazil at this summer's Copa America, credits Brendan Rodgers for his continued development. 

"People have to remember that when I came here, I was taken out of an Inter Milan team where I wasn't really playing," he added.

"I thank Brendan for that. Liverpool have provided me with a platform to play regularly in one of the best leagues in the world. 

"Brendan is always available to talk to and for me that is very important."