Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool will do all they can to pick up maximum points from their remaining nine matches of the season in order to head into the next campaign with a spring in their step.
With the Reds just two wins away from a first top-flight title in 30 years, the coronavirus crisis put the brakes on a season which had seen them win 27 of their 29 Premier League matches.
Manchester City's record 100-point haul is in the Reds' sights when the campaign can resume, but Klopp wants his team to go even further and win all of their remaining games, which would see them end with an incredible 109 points from an available 114.
"We don't want to think that it (the title) will be done after a week. First game, second game, whatever," Klopp told The Anfield Wrap.
"We want to go for everything. We want to go for the maximum points, that's how it is.
"This could be the most special season ever, with or without COVID. We have to make sure that we just stay on track because next season will come up and we have to be ready for that at as well.
"We have to work for our chance again."
Klopp added that with a shorter break between seasons expected as the football calendar tries to return to normality, it will be even more important to Liverpool to find their rhythm quickly.
"I think they will try to find some space, rightly so, for FA Cup, Champions League, Europa League and all that stuff [to finish off this season]," continued Klopp.
"Then two, three, four weeks? The start or mid-September maybe, but it will not be long.
"That means that the majority of us will have had the rest we needed, not exactly what you'd wish for a holiday, but we had the rest at least, and we now have preparation.
"There's not a lot space in between. We'll prepare for our future, the immediate future and the other one as well.
"We just need to make sure we are ready, because the world is, in this moment, not like it was before."