Jurgen Klopp warns Reds 'second is nothing' in Premier League title fight

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These people had also claimed that Liverpool will give a tough competition to Pep Guardiola's side but eventually, it will be the Citizens who will be crowned the champions come May.

There is a debate among Liverpool fans over which Liverpool team is better; the current squad managed by Jurgen Klopp or the one that, in 2009, went so close to winning the Premier League under Rafa Benitez's guidance.

"It looks like we are really on a good way and the only thing I can guarantee is that we constantly develop".

"Up and down they are the best team in the world".

"As I said in my first press conference here, if anybody thinks that I can perform wonders, then it could become really hard in the future, because I can't".

Spurs have played one more away game than most other clubs, but have won four of their five matches to pick up 12 points on their travels.

"I think it is not about these games, it is all about the other games, the hard games which we have against mid-table and lower teams", he said, as quoted by The Mirror.

"When we win something, this city will explode - I'm sure - in a very positive way".

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'I feel like I'm much more ready to show what I'm capable of; to show what I have shown over the years in spells.

After being a part of success like that and seeing what we've done recently, I feel we're going in the right direction.

"We're trying to compete with City, and I look and they've got (Kevin) De Bruyne and (David) Silva in there".

The German boss has already led the Reds to three cup finals in his three years in charge, but has ended on the losing side each time. "In football, people always say it - that supporters are important - but then you don't treat them like that so you have to make sure it's really a healthy relationship".

"We aim to improve every game, even if it is against Chelsea, for example, and we want to win every game".

"I understand my football better now, more than I ever have understood it before".

"I'm playing a little bit more and that's important to me because it's important to adapt on the pitch by playing matches", Fabinho told the club's official website.

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