The Premier League title race between Manchester City and Liverpool was established before the season even started, with punters simply guessing between the two for the title, and it was then a matter of which order the top six will finish.
"When people say he's nervous or we are nervous it couldn't be further from the truth".
"He's probably been more 'smiley".
"There was just a different feel around the whole place and that's what we want".
"In terms of the players, we've not seen any difference in any of the staff and that feeds into the players and we've not changed".
The Reds, who have only lost once in the league all season, didn't slip up again when Bournemouth visited Anfield on Saturday, winning 3-0 against a team who have now been beaten in 10 of their 13 away games. "We've shown in the past that we're good enough and we'll continue to show this in the games we've got to come", he said.
"If we have a bad result we use that to put in a positive performance for the next game and that's what we've done".
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Ruthlessness distinguishes the Big Three from their nearest challengers, which is what made Liverpool's dropped points in consecutive games with Leicester and West Ham so notable.
The 28-year-old Dutch worldwide, who scored a superb goal in Saturday's 3-0 victory over Bournemouth despite suffering from a stomach upset, admitted two successive draws had been a setback as the club chases a first league title since 1990.
The Reds are now second on the league table just behind leaders Man City (based on goal difference) but Jurgen Klopp's men have played one game less than the Citizens. A three-man press of Robertson, Mane and Naby Keita forced former Reds winger Jordon Ibe to lose possession and Georginio Wijnaldum's one-touch control and clever lob was exquisite.
"I took it and I had a pain and thought it was from the tablet".
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is taking the squad to the Spanish resort of Marbella for a warm-weather training break this week.
'It's maybe a message to our fans and everyone connected to the club that we're here. If City are going to win back-to-back titles I think they can look towards the last month and think about his influence, he has been outstanding. "We needed this to push on".
"It could be better but we must appreciate where we stand".