The Reds have already won the FA Cup and the EFL Cup and are still in contention to win the Premier League and the Champions League as they continue their push for an unprecedented quadruple.
Having booked a place in the Champions League final against Real Madrid, Liverpool are set to play in every game possible in a season, with their penultimate clash this term coming on Sunday in the league against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Liverpool midfielder Fabinho has admitted that he and his team-mates are physically and mentally tired at present having played almost two games every week for a month now, with all of those being crunch clashes.
However, Fabinho stressed his side have worked very hard to put themselves in a position where they have a chance of winning all four trophies available to them.
Asked how all the Liverpool players are doing physically, Fabinho told Spanish daily AS: “I think I can speak [for everyone]. In general, we are very tired.
“It’s true because we’ve been playing on weekends and during the week for a month now, always game after game and important games; which makes you physically as well as mentally tired, but this team have worked very hard to get here, to this point in the season with a chance of winning all four trophies.
“There are few games left, the final sprint is in sight and the coach will have a bit of a headache to pick a team because 120 minutes at this point in the season [for the FA Cup final] is not easy
“I hope that those who play are well prepared because it will be very hard.”
Although Fabinho is currently sidelined with an injury, he has made it clear that he will be fit and available for selection for the Champions League final pencilled in for 28th May.