Dalglish issues rallying title cry to Liverpool fans

Jurgen Klopp's side have been held to back-to-back draws against Leicester and West Ham

Jurgen Klopp's side have been held to back-to-back draws against Leicester and West Ham

"People might be nervous but I was nervous at the start of the season so I don't know what nerves has got to do with it", Dalglish said. They are able to press really well and it's hard to find a way out of that situation.

Manchester City will host Chelsea in the Premier League this weekend and this game is a massive one for both the sides.

"In the last three games we conceded three goals from set pieces, Crystal Palace at 2-1, Leicester and West Ham, but I am sure we still have the best record for [defending] set pieces".

"When I played for the club, we were fortunate to win it a few times".

"Obviously it is getting exciting now, eh?"

"I don't think anybody thought we would be top of the league, 12 points clear with three games to go at the end of April". "It was kind of predictable, and if you want to be top of the table and a champion at the end of the season you have to show in situations like that - and there are worse situations - real passion, real desire, you have to fight".

"The only tool we really have to sort [in] our situation is football, passion, a proper fight, being aggressive in the most legal way".

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Klopp said: 'I don't see what they (critics) say they can see in our faces.

"It was always clear there would be games where you really have to keep your nerve, everybody: in the stand and on the pitch", he said. It is wonderful if we can celebrate together but the main thing is that I show my appreciation for our supporters.

"On and off the pitch it is about the Liverpool family and nobody else, especially on days like today when we need our opponent to feel the power of Anfield".

"The good thing is we all know the job we have to do".

Leroy Sane has achieved plenty on these shores since arriving from Schalke 04, helping Man City to a league and EFL Cup double last season en route to winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Within that accounting period were £190m worth of signings, offset by £137m of sales, but after a further £170m was spent last summer Klopp cautioned against another major spree this year.

"The good thing is we already know this". You can not come through with passing a little bit around, you have to go through. We have been brilliant this season, the support has been brilliant. When it gets towards the finishing line that's when you need them most of all.

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