The England international full-back has matched his own mark in regards to aids by a defender but is now seeking to raise this bar even further.
Trent Alexander-Arnold has played an integral role in Liverpool’s history-making exploits over the course of the previous 12 months, but he also has his eyes on a single entry to the record books.
The Reds right-back already boasts the largest haul of aids ever delivered by a guardian across one Premier League campaign.
He hit that mark in 2018-19 when teeing up 12 attempts for his team-mates.
Liverpool have taken their game as a collective to even greater heights this period, with Jurgen Klopp’s unbeaten outfit easing their way towards a first name victory in 30 years.
Alexander-Arnold has continued to star at the ends of the area, with the other 12 aids added to his tally in 2019-20.
With there still 11 games of the season to come, the buccaneering 21-year-old admits that he’s seeking to raise the pub and cement his place in British football folklore.
“I’m pleased to help the team as much as you can,” Alexander-Arnold told Liverpool’s official site.
“That was my goal going into the season — for over 10 again. And as the year’s went on, it has been about trying to push the limits and try to break as many documents as I can, try to push myself as far as I can, try to help the team as much as possible and get aids, goals and contributions.
“Obviously clean sheets first and foremost, but going forward I have tried to get as many aids as possible.
“I have equaled that record and I’ll look to push on and try to break it.”
A visit to Watford on Saturday is next on the schedule for Liverpool, with the Reds now just four wins away from getting their hands on the Premier League crown.
Alexander-Arnold added: “Obviously we are quite close, but they are four very demanding games.
“Anything could happen in the Premier League and we have discovered that over the course of our time playing it, it is difficult for all of us.
“It’ll be difficult, we know that but our primary focus is on another game and recovering because going to Watford isn’t a simple job and teams have learned over the course of the season.
“We heard that when they arrived here, it was a difficult game. We scored in the last minute in that match, so it was a tight one. And we know that, with all the new manager that they have brought in, it is tough to break them down.
“So for us, our mindset should be 100 percent and we simply need to concentrate on that and then we’ll concentrate on another game.”