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quadruple? Mohamed Salah makes it clear he is eyeing up multiple trophies as odds are slashed

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Kostas Tsimikas and Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrate with the Carabao Cup trophy. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Kostas Tsimikas and Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrate with the Carabao Cup trophy. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Kostas Tsimikas and Mohamed Salah of Liverpool celebrate with the Carabao Cup trophy. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Liverpool are eyeing up a trophy-laden end to the season after their League Cup win against Chelsea on Sunday, with Mohamed Salag making it clear he wants to get his hands on more medals in the next few weeks.

Salah sent out a message that Liverpool's first trophy of the season will not be their last, as he suggested the Wembley win was the first of many in a season when Jurgen Klopp's side are still challenging in the Champions League, Premier League and FA Cup.

Now the odds on Liverpool claiming multiple trophies this season have been slashed, with Paddy Power trimming their markets after Klopp's side ended the club's ten year wait for a League Cup win.

Manchester City's fortunate win at Everton on Saturday, after a bizarre VAR decision denied the Toffees a late penalty, leaves Liverpool as 3/1 outsiders for the domestic league title as they look to close the gap on City.

They are 7/2 second favourites to win the Champions League odds behind of 12/5 shots Manchester City, with Klopp's side looking good for a place in the quarter-finals after their 2-0 first leg win against Inter Milan earlier this month.

Liverpool are also well placed to make a push for the FA Cup, with Klopp's side listed by the Irish bookmaker as 7/2 second favourites behind 15/8 shots Manchester City.

Meanwhile, Paddy Power have released a hilarious video featuring former midfielder Jason McAteer, reflecting on the infamous white suits worn by Liverpool players ahead of the 1996 FA Cup final.

Almost 26 years later, the white suits are still a focus of ridicule for Liverpool players, with Republic of Ireland midfielder McAteer happy to make fun of himself in this video.

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