Jordan Henderson is keen for Liverpool to keep improving after winning the Club World Cup for the first time with a 1-0 victory over Flamengo in Doha.
Reds captain Henderson was in inspirational form as the Premier League leader became world champion on Saturday, adding to its European crown from June courtesy of an extra-time Roberto Firmino strike.
Liverpool has become renowned for late goals under Jurgen Klopp, and it was no different on this occasion as Firmino netted in the 99th minute, having passed up big chances as early as 40 seconds in.
Henderson lauded his side, telling BBC Sport : "We have found a way for a long time now, some late goals.
"We just want to keep going, onto the next game, onto the next performance, keep improving. We keep our feet on the ground and keep working hard and keep putting in performances like that."
Assessing the final, in which Flamengo also threatened and should have equalised through substitute Lincoln, Henderson said: "It feels very good. It was an interesting game.
"I am sure it was interesting to watch, but we kept going, good performance and the mentality again shone through.
"We should have scored a couple more, but we defended really well. Overall, we're delighted with the result and the performance in difficult conditions.
"Fair play to the lads - they kept going right until the end and got the goal in extra time."