​Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino has stressed that he's desperate to win more silverware with the club after picking up his first major honour as a Red last season.

The 28-year-old was one of Liverpool's most important players as the club won the Champions League last season, while he also added to his personal collection by winning the Copa América with Brazil as well as August's UEFA Super Cup in 2019.

Firmino has come on a long way since his move to Liverpool from Hoffenheim in 2015, but the Brazil international insists last year's success in the Champions League only scratched the surface of what he wants to achieve at Anfield.

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"I think I improved a lot in every way: physically, tactically, mentally, I learned a bit of every aspect," Firmino told Premier League Productions (via liverpoolfc.com).

"But I do not want to stop here. I want to keep improving - I always want more, I have big goals, I want to keep winning titles with this club and that is it."

Firmino hasn't just improved since arriving at Liverpool, but the 28-year-old has actually started playing in a completely new role on Merseyside.

At Hoffenheim, Firmino predominantly played as an attacking midfielder, while he also had spells playing on either side as a wide midfielder in the Bundesliga.

Despite being moved up front by Jürgen Klopp, Firmino still shows all the hallmarks of a playmaker but he insists that's as a result of his upbringing, rather than spending years as an attacking midfielder in Germany.

"That is just me, my personality, to try to be a good and humble guy," he added. "To try to help my team in the best way with assists and goals. I like that, I like to win all the time, and for that I will always be like this.

Roberto Firmino

"I am a guy who respects my position on the pitch. Where the team needs me, I will play. As a No.9, but sometimes I play as a No.10, and I try to give my best.

"As I mentioned before, I always want to help my team as best as I can and to always be chasing the win, always winning games. That is what matters the most."

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