After the euphoria of reaching the Champions League final, Virgil van Dijk revealed it was not long before he and his Liverpool teammates started looking ahead to the conclusion of their Premier League campaign.

The Reds booked their spot in the Madrid spectacle with the most dramatic of comebacks against Barcelona at Anfield on Tuesday night.

But Jürgen Klopp's side have had little time to savour the achievement, with Wolverhampton Wanderers visiting L4 on Sunday afternoon in the 38th and final game of the league season.

Liverpool can end up as champions with a victory over seventh-place Wolves if Brighton and Hove Albion earn at least a draw in their clash with Manchester City.

"It was obviously outstanding, amazing and a special night," Van Dijk told of the 4-0 win over Barca. "We all enjoyed it and I think a day after we enjoyed it as well.

"But obviously we're going back to work and Sunday is going to be a big test for us again, the last home game. 

"We want to show what we've been doing all season and get the three points no matter what. 

"Wolves have obviously been outstanding throughout the whole season - fantastic team, fantastic manager. It's going to be very hard." 

Van Dijk insists Liverpool must settle their own matters against an extremely tough opponent before even pondering about the events occurring at the same time on the south coast.

The No.4, who was on the scoresheet in the 2-0 win at Wolves back in December, continued: "I think when we played there it was tough as well. In the Premier League, I think I scored my first goal [for Liverpool] there. 

"It's going to be hard and everyone can talk about what's going to happen at Brighton and stuff, but we have to focus on our game.

"We have to try to get the three points no matter what. If we do that then we'll see after the game what's going to happen in Brighton."