Manager Jurgen Klopp feels Liverpool have unfinished business with the Champions League after the manner of their 2018 final defeat to Real Madrid in Kiev.
Just under 12 months ago his side were well in the game in Kiev at 1-1 despite losing Mohamed Salah, who was in the form of his life with 44 goals that season, early in the first half.
However, a brilliant overhead kick by Gareth Bale and the second of two errors by goalkeeper Loris Karius gave Madrid a 3-1 win.
Klopp said that provided Liverpool part of the motivation for their run to a second successive final, achieved after brilliantly turning around a 3-0 deficit in Barcelona to win 4-3 on aggregate in one of the great nights - if not the greatest - at Anfield.
"Last year we really felt we have to go back: We have to go back, we cannot let it stand like this, that's not possible," said the Reds boss.
"Now we get another chance and we will go for that, of course. I'm not sure if it will happen again because it's so special."
Klopp said he admitted to his players beforehand he thought the task would be beyond most teams.
However, he said he had faith they, with the resilience they have shown this season in matching Manchester City almost point-for-point in the Premier League title race, could achieve something few others could. And he was right.
"How can you be sure before a game? I said to the boys: 'I think it's impossible but because it's you we have a chance.' And we believed in this chance," he added.
"We didn't compare it with Istanbul (Liverpool's comeback from 3-0 down at half-time to beat AC Milan in the 2005 final) or whatever.
"We said from the beginning we want to create our own history - not because we are not happy about having the history of the club, no. Because we need new chapters obviously. And the boys did it already, that's unbelievable."