Liverpool ace admits team have been learning from Real Madrid and Man City
The Reds have started the season impressively and are still unbeaten domestically.
They secured Champions League glory last term having lost to Real 12 months previously.
But it was another near miss in the Premier League race.
Manchester City pipped them to title glory after a thrilling 2018/19 title battle.
Alexander-Arnold, however, says Jurgen Klopp has got his side taking lesson from their failures.
“We learned from Madrid and how they won games and we used it last season in the league and the Champions League.” he told The Mail on Sunday.
“I’m sure we picked up things from how City won last year.
“They showed us how winning’s done. They were relentless.
“Losing the title was the worst feeling many of us had ever felt in football.
“Coming so close to something. Coming so close to feeling as though you have made something of yourself and made your family proud and then in a split second, you feel as if you have let everyone down in the world, you feel as if you weren’t good enough.
“It’s something we talked about straight away after the end of last season. It’s motivation not to feel that again.”
The charismatic German chief has hailed Blues boss Frank Lampard, but warned him that there’s plenty of challenges ahead.
“I don’t think they expected [to lose to Valencia]. It reminds me of my team in Dortmund a few years ago.
“Really young but they only played because they were that good.
“Frank Lampard did an outstanding job at Derby so I am not surprised by him at Chelsea.
“But it is a difficult league. I can see some people are not happy with some results but that is not because of him. He is a really good manager.”