Andy Robertson hailed the 'winning mentality' of Liverpool's squad after they clinched the Premier League title.
Manchester City's defeat at Chelsea saw the Reds crowned champions, ending a 30-year wait for another title on Merseyside.
Liverpool lost the Champions League final two years before bouncing back and lifting the trophy last season.
Jurgen Klopp's side have now followed that up with a league title and Robertson insists they now have a mental edge over their rivals.
He told LFCTV : "That's the mentality of this squad.
"We won the Champions League and in the summer I can't say that I wasn't happy with having that winners' medal around my neck, but a part of us did feel like it could've been more.
"It could have been a double and on that open top bus we could've maybe had the Premier League trophy as well.
"But that's the attitude we took with us as well this season.
"We've showed we can take setbacks in our stride because we got beat in the Champions League final and then the next season we win it.
"We got beat by a point one season in the Premier League and then the next season we go and run away with it."
Virgil Van Dijk told BT Sport: "It's unbelievable, what a season. We've been incredible. To be part of this group of players and part of this journey is incredible and I am very proud to be able to call myself a Premier League winner.
"Of course I watched the (Chelsea) game. I don't watch too many games but the game felt like it was taking ages and never ended. When the free-kick went in from Kevin (De Bruyne) – what an incredible goal by the way – I was getting nervous, and I haven't been nervous in a while.
"But after that it was just celebration time and we are all proud of each other. I can't really describe the feeling to be honest.
"In the league this year we have taken it to another level. We have been so consistent and played so well."
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