Rodgers: Still work to be done at Liverpool

Despite the Merseyside outfit topping the Premier League table as it searches for a first title in 24 years, the manager insists his team is not the finished article yet.
Brendan Rodgers insists Liverpool is not the finished article this season and expects more from his squad if the club is to win the league.

After 24 years without a league title, the club knows that if it wins all of its remaining fixtures it will lift the Premier League trophy for the very first time.

Rodgers has received praise for his attacking philosophy but the manager is keen for everyone to remain grounded and warned that there is still a lot of hard work to be done to reach the levels he demands.

"We've still got improvements to make," Rodgers told the club's official website. "We're looking to put something in place not just for now and this season. The process started 18 months ago and it's continual.

"For us, our focus and composure and mentality is just to work hard, because there's a process to dreaming. You've got to get the work done, or else it doesn't happen.

"We just narrow our focus onto each game."

With six matches to go Liverpool sits top of the table by two points from Chelsea, while Manchester City, which the club faces later this month, its four points adrift with two games in hand.