The teen has a World Cup place with England to also play for.
Sterling told liverpoolfc.com: "I want to hopefully get a regular place at Liverpool, get a good run of games and show the manager what I can do with goals and assists and things like that.
"Results weren't really going our way at the start of the season, but as the team grew you can see what he's brought to the club. I can't speak highly enough of him.
"If I can score more goals, contribute more assists and have a good season then hopefully I can make the squad for the World Cup in Rio next year."