Virgil van Dijk insists it doesn't matter who Liverpool will face in the Champions League final.
The Reds booked their place in the showcase event after beating Villarreal on Tuesday night.
They will face either Manchester City or Real Madrid, with the former ahead 4-3 on aggregate going into Wednesday's second leg in Spain.
"What we have achieved so far this season cannot be taken for granted," van Dijk told reporters.
"We keep going and have a couple more nice weeks to look forward to. We should enjoy the moment, today, tonight and then focus on Spurs at the weekend.
"Any team that we face in the final of this competition will be a nightmare to play against. We know City but they know us too. We know how intense those games are. Real Madrid is Real Madrid. Such a big club and an in-form striker.
"If you listen to us and the manager that is obvious we don't think about these things (making history). You can dream but you need to be realistic. Football is small margins."