Alisson wishes to get over their current Premier League struggles.
The Brazilian goalkeeper surpassed the 200-appearance mark for the Reds against Ajax last month.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper has lifted every possible trophy in his four-year spell with Liverpool.
He said: “Wow. It’s massive. Two-hundred games I think is the most for one club and I am really attached to the clubs I’ve played for.
“My former team, my first team, Internacional back in Brazil, for Roma as well and now here. I am really happy and I am looking forward to the next 200.”
He further explained how he understood the true meaning of the club.
“It feels good. I feel the real meaning of You’ll Never Walk Alone when they are there shouting my name, or my team-mates’ names or singing Allez, Allez, Allez or singing You’ll Never Walk Alone,” he said.
“I think that is the time you really understand the meaning of this club and that on the pitch we are not only 11 players, but we are 50,000.”
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