As long as it remains possible for Liverpool to win an unprecedented quadruple, their fans will continue to dream as big as possible.
Having already won the Carabao Cup this year, Jurgen Klopp's Reds are on the march for further success in the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.
They're well placed in all three competitions, but what do they need to do to finish the campaign on a historic high?
Liverpool are now firmly second-favourites to win the Premier League. The 1-1 draw with Tottenham was a sucker punch for their title hopes and allowed champions Manchester City to stretch their lead to three points at the top.
The Reds now need West Ham and Aston Villa to help them out and take points off City. Their goal difference is also inferior to City's, meaning they would require an eight-goal swing if the two teams were to finish level on points.
Liverpool remaining Premier League fixtures
All times BST.
- Southampton vs Liverpool (19:45) - 17/5/2022
- Liverpool vs Wolves (16:00) - 22/5/2022
Liverpool now have two finals which they may prioritise over Premier League success.
While the FA Cup comes first in the calendar, the Champions League showpiece against Real Madrid is undeniably the bigger game.
It's a repeat of the 2018 final, where Gareth Bale's double and a Loris Karius horror show gave Los Blancos their 13th and most recent success in Europe.
Liverpool Champions League fixtures
- Liverpool vs Real Madrid (20:00) - 28/5/2022
It's been a while since Liverpool last won the FA Cup. That was back in 2006, when Steven Gerrard carried the Reds to a dramatic victory over West Ham.
Their often busy schedule and Klopp's squad rotation mean Liverpool don't always go deep in the competition. But their recent 3-2 semi-final victory over Manchester City has set up a first final for the German in England's historic cup competition.
They'll face Chelsea, who beat Crystal Palace in the other semi-final, at Wembley.
Liverpool FA Cup fixtures
- Liverpool vs Chelsea (16:45) - 14/5/2022
Liverpool have, of course, already won the first bit of silverware up for grabs in the English Football League season.
The Reds navigated a route to the final that included meetings with Leicester and Arsenal to set up a final meeting with Chelsea.
An enthralling game ended goalless and went to penalties, where Liverpool ultimately came out on top to claim the trophy.
Liverpool Carabao Cup results
Norwich 0-3 Liverpool - 21/9/2021
Preston 0-2 Liverpool - 27/10/2021
Liverpool* 3-3 Leicester - 22/12/2021
Liverpool 0-0 Arsenal - 13/1/2022
Arsenal 0-2 Liverpool - 20/1/2022
Chelsea 0-0 Liverpool* - 27/2/2022