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Luis Suarez has pointed to Liverpool's performances this season as evidence that the Reds are capable of mounting a genuine challenge for trophies during the next campaign.
The Uruguayan was on target twice as Brendan Rodgers' side were narrowly squeezed out of the Europa League on away goals by Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg at Anfield.
Defeat to Zenit means there will be no silverware brought back to the club this time around - but our No.7 feels there is plenty of cause to believe that will not be the case in 2013-14.
"I think that maybe we've been a bit unlucky in the cup competitions," the 26-year-old told Liverpoolfc.com.
"I think we might have done enough to deserve to still be in at least one of the cups.
"But I think we've turned in some great performances in the league which have shown the real Liverpool that everyone wants to see, which will serve as the basis for what happens next year.
"I think the team is developing nicely, the new signings have settled in well, the manager is happy and I think if we carry on in the same vein we could have a very good season next time around.
"Let's hope so because that's what we all want."
With 11 matches remaining on the Barclays Premier League fixture list, the Reds currently trail fourth-place Chelsea by 10 points.
Suarez accepts that 'something major' would have to occur for his team to secure Champions League qualification, but refused to rule out the possibility completely.
The forward added: "I think that mathematically we are still in with a chance.
"We are a bit off the pace at 10 points behind but as I always say, you never know with the Premier League. We still believe that we can make it even if something major will have to happen."
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