Liverpool midfielder Curtis Jones has detailed his career goals at Anfield.
Writing for the Liverpool Echo, Jones stated: "As a footballer you have to be prepared for criticism and stuff though, so I try not to listen too much to the negative noise. One week you could be the best player on the park and then the week later you have a blip, so I don't take too much notice of praise or criticism, really.
"But...if a song was ever sung about me at Anfield, that would be unbelievable.
"This season....pffft. Wow. I would call it a platform really. A platform to show the world who I am. The goal against Everton, the penalty against Arsenal, the one against Villa in the Premier League, it goes to show what player I am and hopefully what I can become.
"The Everton goal, though...Honestly, I just went home that night and chilled. I was chilling with my mum and my brother. As I have always said, I try not to think I have made it or I am the best from one game to the next. OK, I scored and we won the game, but after it, I am going home and chilling with the family, getting ready for the next session.
"The next session is the biggest one because people will look at you after that goal against Everton and look to see if you've changed. Has he changed? So for me, the next session when you do well is the biggest one. You go and give even more. Or I do, anyway.
"I've got goals I want to achieve, of course. I could sit here and write that I want to win the Champions League, the World Cup, the Ballon d'Or...you name it. But I just want to repay the faith the manager and his staff have in me."