The Reds are closing in on their first top-flight title in 24 years following an excellent run of form in the second half of the season.
Rodgers has admitted that he is eyeing a lengthy tenure at Anfield to help the club reach their full potential.
He told reporters: "I came to Liverpool because I hoped it would be a destination rather than just a stopping-off point. I felt the club had everything you would want as a football manager.
"It's one of the leading clubs in the world and I want to be allowed to build and develop the club without interference. I have a great relationship with the owners and, hopefully, we can continue to develop the team.
"We've still got a long way to go, but I'm looking five years ahead. I'm looking at the expansion of the stadium – just imagine Anfield with another 20,000 supporters in it. I'm 41, I've got many years ahead of me – but there aren't too many bigger than Liverpool."