Seven more points will be enough for the Merseyside outfit to lift their first league title since 1990.
Ahead of Sunday's crucial showdown against Chelsea at Anfield, Liverpool have a five-point lead over the Blues.
"Whatever happens with us we've had a brilliant season and we'll look to sustain that and build on it next year, no matter where we finish," Rodgers told reporters in Friday's press conference.
"I'd be lying if I said we expected to be top of the league, but I certainly believed in the players and trusted in our qualities and it was just really if we had a little bit of luck along the way and stay clear of injury and that could help us."
After Chelsea, Liverpool will face Crystal Palace and Newcastle United.