Liverpool are not satisfied with their stunning start to the new season and need to remain ‘relentless’, according to Reds star Joe Gomez.
The Reds continued their fine form with a 3-2 Champions League win over PSG at Anfield on Tuesday night, adding to the five consecutive wins already secured in the Premier League.
But Gomez insists no-one in the Anfield dressing room is getting carried away as they seek to extend that sequence against Southampton this weekend.
The England star told Liverpoolfc.com: “As a team, we’ve got off to a great start. If you’d said in the summer we’d win all our first six games, we’d have bitten your hand off to take it.
“It’s a great, a great experience for us, but we have to keep going and keep progressing. That’s what a top team has to do – never be satisfied, thinking we’ve won a few and have any kind of breathing space. We need to keep going and be relentless every week. We want to beat every team we play.
“That’s what we have to carry on trying to do and we have so many characters in the dressing room who will make sure none of us rest – there is Hendo, Millie and so many others who are on us every week, making sure we stick to the principles and keep going.
“PSG is behind us now – we got the result, we got the three points and that’s good, but now it’s onto the next one. Every Premier League game is a massive game with three points up for grabs. They’re what we want.”
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