Thiago Alcantara is hungry for more trophies after he completed his £25m switch to Liverpool on Friday night.

The two-time Champions League winner believes he has joined a “family” after his move from Bayern Munich was made official.

And Kop boss Jurgen Klopp revealed the 29-year-old midfielder couldn't wait to join the red “machine” and will add a “different dimension” to the Premier League champions.

Thiago said: “When the years are passing, you are trying to win as much as you can – and when you win, you want to win more.

“I think this club describes what I am as well; I want to achieve all of the goals, win as many trophies as possible.

“It also [has] this kind of family [feeling] that I need because we [like to] have a very close relationship with the club and I think I will feel this.”

Thiago won two La Liga titles as well as the Champions League at Barcelona before moving to Bayern in 2013.

He won seven Bundesliga titles in a row, four German Cups and this summer helped the Bavarian giants clinch the European Cup.

But after signing a four-year deal at Liverpool, he insists he is still hungry for more.

The Spain star said: “I want this, I want to win here, the first year and then second, third, fourth and the years I am here.”

Thiago could be a part of the squad to face Chelsea tomorrow after Liverpool filed the paperwork in time to register their new recruit.

Klopp said: “He is a player who brings a different dimension to our game that's true - he has some skills which in general are pretty rare but they suit us pretty well.

“Apart form that he was pretty excited about the opportunity as well so there was not a lot of convincing needed and that helps as well if someone really wants to be part of a specific project that's nice.

“We played against him when we played Munich in the Champions League two years ago, so he knows what kind of machine we can be and he wanted to be part of that.

“It is about the club, it’s about the team, that he wanted to join us.”

And Klopp is confident Thiago is the right fit to inspire the Reds to add to their Premier League and Champions League crowns they won in the last two seasons.

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He added: “To write the next chapter we have actually to create a new story, and for a new story you need new actors as well.”

Liverpool are not finished in the transfer market either as last night they were closing in on a deal to sign Diogo Jota from Wolves.

The Portuguese forward will cost an initial £41m in a deal that could rise to £45m and he is expected to undergo a medical on Saturday.

Liverpool defender Ki-Jana Hoever is set to go the other way in a deal that isn't linked but Wolves will pay £9m with a further £4.5m potentially due in add ons.