The midfielder has endured a frustrating first campaign at Anfield, but says next season will be different.
The 27-year-old was one of a number of new signings last summer, having joined from fellow Premier League side Southampton alongside defender Dejan Lovren.
However, a knee injury suffered during pre-season saw him miss six weeks and the beginning of the season, while hamstring and groin injuries in both January and March meant Lallana struggled for consistency across the campaign.
However, the England international has promised there is more to come from him next season.
“I've had a few injuries, which have set me back in terms of my flow," he said.
"I've got going a couple of times, the team was on a good run and then got injured. But there's plenty more from me to come next season. I feel at home at Liverpool.”
The midfielder has also said that he believes the side will have learnt from this season and come back stronger as a result.
The Reds endured a poor start to the Premier League and were languishing in the wrong half, but a fine run of form in the second half of the campaign saw them rise up the table.
Their early form saw them miss out on the Champions League though, while they were also beaten in both the FA Cup semi final and Capital One cup semi finals, with the Champions League run also proving short lived.
"I think we'll learn from it,” he added.
"The team has experienced it and we'll have to come back and work twice as hard in pre-season. We'll need to look to put things right on the pitch, that's all we can do."