Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admits that it is "strange" for Liverpool to play so many games after they have secured the Premier League title, but he's hopeful the squad will learn something from their final few outings of the season.
The Reds were beaten 4-0 by Manchester City in their first match since becoming champions on Thursday, but will be quickly back in action at home to Aston Villa this weekend in the first of six remaining fixtures in the 2019/20 season.
And Oxlade-Chamberlain - who scored an own goal in that City loss - says it still hasn't sunk in that Liverpool have won the league.
“I know it feels good because I know it's meant to feel amazing," the former Arsenal midfielder told BBC Sport.
"But at the minute it hasn't really sunk in because the games are still coming thick and fast. We're still in the same mindset of finishing as strong as possible and win all the games.
“Usually I guess when guys become champions, there's one, maybe two games to go – sometimes the last day of the season – and once it's done it's holiday and it's a whole time to reflect on the season.
“For us, it's a bit of a strange one because we haven't really had a chance to really sit back and sort take in what we've done for this season.
“But I mean it obviously feels amazing to know that we made it over the line and we've got that silverware for the club. We haven't really had time to stop and take it all in properly yet.”
The England midfielder added that the test awaiting the club can be an important one going forward.
“I think this sort of period now is a really good period for us," he continued.
"Obviously we've achieved what we've achieved now and that's massive for us as a team and, more importantly, for the football club after so long for the fans.
“It's a test of, 'Right, now we need to go again and we need to go to the next stage and how far can we push this?'
“We don't know but we need to do everything we can to try and stay where we are now and develop again because the league develops every single year and all teams strengthen.