Andy Robertson believes Liverpool are capable of holding off Manchester City until the end of the season in the title race.
“We are in December, we know how tough this period is but we are top of the league. We have just got to keep this period going,” the Liverpool defender said. “We know how good Man City are – we have a bit of a gap that has opened up now (to third) – and the two of us are close to each other but we believe we can stay top.”
“There is a long way to go and we still have to play big games, starting on Friday night and we hopefully move on from there. It has been a huge few weeks. People maybe looked at the fixtures and thought Everton, it’s a derby, always tough, Bournemouth, always tough, Napoli was a must-win and Man Utd speaks for itself.”
“We have come out unscathed but we need to move on from that. We can’t just say ‘four games we have played well’ and take our eye off the ball. We need to stay focused 100 per cent and look forward to the challenge at Wolves who have done well this season.”
Liverpool remain the only team to stay unbeaten this season.
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