Liverpool midfielder Naby Kieta revealed that his current team are focused on winning the Premier League title this season.
With the remaining 11 matches, Keita believes Liverpool will be more focused on always getting full points in every game.
"I think since the beginning of the season we have been very focused and concentrated, especially now that there are 11 matches left, we share the same passion, namely more focus and concentration than before, both players and managers, and all staff involved in the team," Naby Keita said to Sky Sports.
"What we are doing now is giving everything, so we can concentrate and focus more on every game that is left until the end of the season," he added.
In the next match, Liverpool will play at home against Watford. The Guinea international has made just 12 league starts since arriving from RB Leipzig in the summer, but he has recovered from illness and is in the squad for the Wednesday match.
Keita also praised coach Jurgen who gave him his chance in England. "He certainly does supply a lot of energy and he transmits a lot of energy and positivity from the touchline," Keita said of Klopp.
"If we can recreate that energy that he has on the touchline out on the field then we won't have any problems for sure.
"He has said to us it is never about looking backwards it's always about looking forwards and focusing on the next games and giving everything that we possibly can and why not?
"The goal has got to be to try and win every one of those games to give us the best possible chance of winning the league title."
Liverpool are one point clear of Manchester City at the top of the table following a goalless draw against Manchester United on Sunday.
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