Liverpool Football Club manager Brendan Rodgers has told the media that there has been no title talk at Anfield at all.
Speaking ahead of his teams weekend match away at Cardiff City, Liverpool boss Rogers has said
“The focus is purely on Cardiff City. We had a wonderful result and performance at Old Trafford, like you say, but there hasn’t been any talk of any title.
“The run-in for us is the next game, we’ve got tough games all the way through. We’ve got a very tough game against Cardiff.
“We’ve had some good results at home this season against some of the top teams but we know it’s going to be a tough game and we’ll speak about the run-in at the end of the season.”
When asked if he had a number in mind when thinking of winning the title Rodgers went on to say
“You probably think about it (points total) a lot more than I do, to be honest.
“It’s obviously your guys’ job to assess and analyse. For me it has always been about the next game.”
Liverpool are currently unbeaten in their last 10 games, winning 8 and drawing the other 2. A similar run to that from now until the end of the season will surely see the reds crowned champions for the first time since 1990.
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