Ward is currently out on loan at Scottish side Aberdeen and the youngster has managed to impress with a host of quality performances for the Dons.
On the basis of his displays this term, Ward looks more than capable of becoming Liverpool's number one goalkeeper and the 22-year-old has now stated that he hopes to step up at Anfield in the coming years.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, Ward said: "Scotland has been very enjoyable. Getting regular games has been massive. I might not be called on for 80 minutes and then have an important save to make. It is similar to being a big club in England, like Liverpool. It can be only good for the future.
"They gave me a new long-term contract before I came up. I took it to mean they think I have got a chance. Long term, I would love to be their No 1.
"I met the new manager after the last international break for an introduction and to see what he did in training, get a feeling for his way of working. It was brilliant to get my face in there. I was there for two days, two sessions, then back up at Aberdeen for that weekend.
"The manager seems to have been a breath of fresh air. When I went down, you sensed he had brought a new lease of life, you can also see that with how the lads have been playing."