The Reds looked on track to smash the 100-point benchmark set by Manchester City in 2017-18 after picking up the title in record time in terms of games played.
But their hopes of doing so were ended on Wednesday evening as they suffered a 2-1 defeat at Arsenal - a result that followed defeat at City and a home draw with Burnley.
Still, Alisson believes there can be little disappointment around a campaign that saw the club's 30-year wait for a league championship come to an end.
He told beIN SPORTS: “This wasn’t a goal for us to be honest. But you start to think ‘we can break a record’ and it’s a good thing but if you don’t break it, it’s ok.
“The most important thing is our goal, we play to be champions, and this is our main goal and we achieved this.
“Nothing that we are doing now, the small details in a bad way, can take off the shine that we have for being champions.”
Liverpool's defeat at Arsenal owed much to two uncharacteristically poor errors from Alisson and Virgil van Dijk, which allowed Alexandre Lacazette and Reiss Nelson to cancel out Sadio Mane's opener and secure the win.
But the Reds' goalkeeper is not overly concerned by the lack of focus that has been evident since the title was secured.
“We are human beings. We did amazing things on a football pitch for this club over the past two years," he added.
“We are still human beings. We have the same feelings and emotions as normal people, we are normal people.
“We are ordinary people but we practice sport of a high level and when you are not 100 per cent involved on this and you play against good opponents and they play on their highest level, you are punished for that.
“We have to make the best of this. We have to learn from our mistakes and just keep going, keep playing and giving our best.
“We need to find again our way to play. We started this night in a good way but we didn’t finish in a good way.
“After we scored a goal we dropped a little bit and stopped making the runs we need to do to defend.
“We made mistakes that usually we are there to cover but tonight we weren’t there and we got punished.
“We suffered with the loss but we are still the champions and still have a good feeling inside.”