Ethics reform is sure to be high on Governor Andrew Cuomo's priority list, heading in to his State of the State Address later this month.

Especially after the convictions of former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and former State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos.

Cuomo says Albany needs to do more to earn back voters' trust.

"Top of my agenda is going to be ethics reform," Cuomo told NY1.

"We have done a lot in Albany but we haven't done enough. And I'm going to push the legislature very hard to adopt more aggressive ethics legislation, more disclosure, more enforcement, et cetera."

Silver and Skelos are each facing decades in prison. Their convictions both hinged on corruption schemes.