Brendan Rodgers knows six wins out of six will crown Liverpool champions
Liverpool went top of the Barclays Premier League in emphatic style with a stylish 4-0 rout of Tottenham to put themselves in the driving seat with just six games to go.
Manager Brendan Rodgers, who has attracted widespread praise for his tactical transformation of the Anfield outfit since his arrival from Swansea City, believes his side will cope with the pressure during a difficult run-in which could see the club claim their first title of the Premier League era.
Chief title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea both come to Anfield during April, and Rodgers is confident his side can maintain their impressive winning run, now stretching to eight games.
According to BBC.com, Rodgers stressed:
There are still a lot of points to play for and there will be points dropped by all teams before the end of the season. We don't feel the pressure and we're very confident with how we play.
The dream is for our supporters, they want to win the title. It has been a long time but it's not in my thinking. We just need to prepare and do well, and if we do that, we will win games.
We feel we can win any game because we are a team, we have a lot of hunger and our tactical ideas are improving all the time.