Fabinho tells Liverpool team-mates 'joy' will be key to title success

Liverpool not feeling the pressure insists Klopp's assistant

Liverpool not feeling the pressure insists Klopp's assistant

They are second favourites in the race with Manchester City but Fabinho hopes the experience he had with Monaco, when team that consisted of Kylian Mbappe, Benjamin Mendy and Thomas Lermar trumped Paris Saint-Germain, can be repeated. "If he wants to join us, we'd welcome him to our team".

Leonardo Jardim's side was lauded for its high-intensity attacking football, as well as being full of young talent, with Bernardo Silva, Tiemoue Bakayoko, Benjamin Mendy, Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Lemar and Fabinho himself all going on to secure big-money moves.

Gundogan is aware of the difficulties opponents face at Anfield while playing against Liverpool and admitted that a team could go easily concede a lot of goals due to the momentum the home side can generate on Merseyside.

Klopp's efforts since joining the club in 2015 have pushed them close to the pinnacle, with last season's defeat in the Champions League final their best accomplishment in recent years.

"In the summer, there will be people who say it's the best time for me to go if we win something because we will never win anything again, there will be other people who say I have to go if we don't win anything".

"We know we are [competing] at the top of the table and it is important to be there at this point in the league, but we cannot think just about the title every time because that can put extra pressure on us".

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"We still have a lot of games to play and I have confidence in myself and trust myself and my qualities, so I hope that I will play in a lot of them. Enjoy the games and go on the pitch with happiness and go game-by-game".

Guardiola, of course, is now at Manchester City, who currently sit top of the league on goal difference with Liverpool still having a game to play.

The 51-year-old was asked back in December whether he thinks he could extend his stay beyond 2022.

"My adviser Björn Bezemer later informed me that there was contact with Bayern after the match, but I don't think they were really interested".

"So I honestly see Liverpool a bit ahead of Bayern".

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