A constant desire to improve means Andy Robertson will still look to build on a season where he helped set new benchmarks for full-backs.
Robertson ended the 2018-19 campaign in possession of a Champions League winner's medal and the Premier League's best defensive record with just 22 goals conceded.
The Scot and teammate Trent Alexander-Arnold also made history as their combined 23 assists in the Premier League was the first time two defenders from the same team have each registered double-digit tallies in a single season.
"I think I've been good but I can always be better," the 25-year-old said. "That's the way I've always worked.
"I'll never praise myself because I think there's always improvement to be made.
"Even when I have a good game, you can still do things better. I've had a good season but I still have a lot of improvement to make and hopefully I can show that in the following seasons."
Robertson will be accompanied in his pursuit of perfection by PFA Players' Player of the Year Virgil van Dijk.
The centre-back's influence on the Liverpool dressing room has been equally impressive as his performances on the pitch, according to the player to his left.
😘 @VirgilvDijk https://t.co/VW7VHGPotJ— LFC (Liverpool FC) 1st Jun 23:43
"He brings everything, in my opinion," Robertson said of the No.4. "He is one of the leaders in the changing room now, he is vocal. He is a lovely person off the pitch. He has been so crucial to what we do.
"The players around him have helped; Joel [Matip] has been magnificent when he has been called upon this season, Joe Gomez was different class at the start of the season, and Dejan [Lovren] has obviously played games and stepped up where he has been great.
"The central partnerships have been really good this season. Virgil takes all the plaudits but rightly so – he has been on a different level to anyone this season. What he brings on and off the pitch is special."