Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling has targeted a double-figure goal tally to help the Reds land their first league title since 1990.
The Reds are currently top of the Premier League and know that victory in their remaining four games will see them crowned as champions, and Sterling, who has scored eight goals in all competitions, wants to finish the season with a flourish in front of goal.
The Mirror quotes the teenager as saying: "This year, I've taken a few chances and even missed a few as well, so I could be on 10 or thereabouts now if I'd taken my chances.
"It's a target for me in the rest of this season to knock a few more goals in and try to get into double figures. It'd be a great achievement for me.
"Last year I only got two goals and should have had a few more."
The Reds travel to Norwich City on Sunday.