Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed that his side want to ‘create our own history’ as they enter the second half of the season on top of the Premier League table.
The Anfield outfit opened up a six point gap at the top of the league from second place Spurs with a convincing 4-0 win over Newcastle yesterday.
However, while Klopp has admitted that his side have put themselves in an excellent position to win their first title in almost 30 years, the German coach has urged his players to remain focused on winning one game at a time.
“What we wanted to do all the time was create a basis for the rest of the season. Now the first part of the season is over,” Klopp told reporters after yesterday’s win.
“We want to create our own history. It is the first Liverpool team in the Premier League unbeaten (at halfway). We have conceded seven goals.
“All good numbers but there are 19 games to go. So we play Arsenal, we play City, we play Tottenham. We play all of them again. There is a long way to go, we all know that.
“We have to win our games we have to be focused, we have to be really in the mood and have tunnel vision and see where it leads us to.”