Sadio Mane said it was his dream to win the Premier League – but it was “part of life” if his ambitions were ended by a coronavirus pandemic.
The season has been postponed “until it is safe to continue” after being stopped with Liverpool 25 points at the top of the table.
Mane has impressed this campaign, scoring 14 goals to put the Reds on the brink of their first English league title in 30 years.
And the Senegalese international said: “I always say I want to win trophies, the Champions League and the Premier League.
“I don’t feel like a champion yet. I want to win on the field and get a trophy.
“But with the situation, people all over the world are losing family members … that is my dream – but if not, it is part of life.”
The 27-year-old has praised the influence of Jurgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson in strengthening the Reds.
About manager Klopp, the forward told talkSPORT: “Since the first day, when I came to Liverpool, he was always positive with all the players.
“I have never seen anyone else in my life who is as positive as he is.”
About captain Henderson, Mane added: “He played a big role in our success this year and he was extraordinary.
“For his defense, for his attack … he’s really good this year for us.
“He’s a very good leader with very good confidence.”