The 18-year-old, who has become a regular under manager Brendan Rodgers, has claimed that his family will always keep him grounded.
"I don't think I'm famous," Sterling told the Daily Mail. "I suppose a few people know me, but it's not changed me. I will always be the same Raheem.
"I have good friends and family who will knock me if they start to think I have changed. But I don't think I will. I have always been a humble kid."
Sterling, who earned his first senior England cap last year, recently penned a new long-term deal at Anfield.