Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren has fired a warning to their rivals by stating his belief that the club can still improve on their current performances.
Jurgen Klopp’s team are unbeaten in all competitions since their shock defeat to Burnley on August 20 and currently sit second in the Premier League and are also through to the semi-finals of the EFL Cup.
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But Lovren insists that there is more to come, despite Liverpool’s lofty position.
“For the confidence of everyone, for the goalkeeper, the defence, the clean sheet is great,” Lovren told the club’s official website.
“I think Klavan and Lucas had a great game on Tuesday, both of them, especially with Alberto and Trent behind. These four are not playing together day by day so I think they had a good game.
“Of course, it’s important to have a clean sheet but when you’re in the Premier League it’s really tough. I always prefer the three points.
“I think we’re on 85 per cent. We’re in good shape, everyone is doing well, but I think we can be better.
“As the season goes on further, hopefully until the end we can be still in the top four and maybe even in first place.
“We just need to work hard and keep our heads down and not to think about big things – go game by game, that’s the best thing for us.”
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