Despite Liverpool's gigantic advantage in the Premier League - 16 points on second place Man City, having played a game less - Andy Robertson isn't getting ahead of himself.
"You are playing against your rivals who you've had great battles with over the years and the fans probably want to rub it in a bit but we're not getting carried away," said Robertson.
"Until the champions sign is above our heads we don't believe anything. Yes the lead is 16 points but we know how tough it gets.
"We've beaten United and in three days' time we go away to Wolves, who are flying, and it's an incredibly tough game.
"We know how hard this league is and how the table can change in a couple of weeks so it's up to us to stay 100 per cent focused and not allow that to happen.
"If we do then we keep ticking off the games and we hopefully get closer and closer.
"We will let other people say that (they will not drop enough points to lose the title) but I don't think anyone in that dressing room is believing that just yet and I think you can see that with every performance we are putting in.
"We can believe once the final whistle of that game goes."