DANNY Murphy says winning the Europa League with Fulham will be a bigger achievement than Liverpool's treble.
The Whites skipper picked up a UEFA, League and FA Cup winner's medal with the Reds in 2001, but a has a chance to add to that list if Roy Hodgson's side get past Hamburg in tonight's semi-final second-leg.
And the man who saved Fulham from the drop two years ago insists victory in the final on May 12 would surpass his achievements at Anfield.
He said: "If you looked at the betting shop at the start of the Europa League, we would've been nowhere near.
"This would be some achievement to reach this final.
“You assume at Liverpool each year you would be in a final and as you get older you realise that’s not the case.
“I’ve tried to enjoy this experience because I don’t know if it is the last time I would be playing in Europe.
“A lot of the players have enjoyed it because there has not been a lot of pressure.
“As I’ve got older I know these are the moments to savour and we will do that if we reach the final.”
Fulham could be without Bobby Zamora for the Craven Cottage clash, but Murphy insists they're not a one-man team.
“There are no stars," said the 33-year-old.
"Perhaps Bobby has become the star this season because of the goals he has scored, but if you ask people about Fulham they will say we will play as a team.”