Thiago Alcantara grew accustomed to winning trophies at Barcelona and Bayern Munich, but he didn't win anything in his first season as a Liverpool player. However, Thiago believes that he has viewed priceless experience in England as his personal "trophy".
The Spain international has toldSky Sports
"The feeling that I have without a title or a trophy this year is about how hard it is to get it
"The main thing is to stay hungry but at the same time to evolve and adapt yourself, because even the maximum of 100 per cent you gave last year is not going to be enough the next year.
"You have to always be evolving and learning new things. You have to be the same 100 per cent player, but at the same time adding something new to your characteristics."
He added: "
For me, the experience I've had here is my trophy this year
"To join this team, to train with these players every day, to join the league, to visit many new stadiums and play against great teams… I think those feelings are so important."
In his first season at Anfield, Thiago played 29 times for Liverpool across all the competitions, scoring one goal.