The Reds won the Premier League this season after 30 years and after winning the silverware the German manager elucidated that in the next season his side will attack the Premier league trophy rather than defending it as they know in the next season his side will be hunted rather than being the hunters.
In the English premier league, Manchester City is the team to claim the premier league title for two consecutive seasons, which proof the competition in the League.
After claiming the league title, on today Liverpool will envisage the Manchester City side in the Premier league where City will give them the guard of Honor at the Etihad.
While the Liverpool manager knows in the next season, along with Manchester United and Chelsea, Manchester City will be there in the race to shatter the dream of Liverpool winning the title for two consecutive years.
The Liverpool manager said:
“We will not defend the title next year, we will attack the next one,” the German told a virtual news conference.
“We feel we are in the middle of something not at the end of something. It will be the end of something when we finish our careers, that’s the end of this period.
“When you think you have reached the pinnacle, you are already on the way down and we don’t feel that. I don’t feel finally satisfied, honestly. It’s just another step, an unbelievably big one, but not the only thing I want to talk to the players about when we meet in 20 years’ time.”.
In the present Premier League table, Liverpool is leading the table with 23 points, and this season they have got the opportunity of setting a new record for winning margin, surpassing the gap of 19 points which was set by Manchester City two years back and also claims the 100 points mark.
The German added:
“There is a gap there and I don’t think there will ever be a similar gap, although we need to see how big it is at the end of the season,”
“It’s obvious City are an outstanding team, (Manchester) United are in outstanding shape and Chelsea are in really good shape and doing some interesting business so that’s clear.
“Tottenham will not sleep, Arsenal will not sleep, Leicester are there … lots of teams.”