The Reds continued their title charge and moved to within a point of leaders Chelsea following Wednesday’s nervy 2-1 win over Sunderland at Anfield.
There’s a real belief and togetherness in the squad, we’re all working for each other
After a seventh-place finish last season, Brendan Rodgers’ side have moved from outsiders to genuine contenders to lift the top-flight trophy in May.
And although Sterling, 19, admits that there is a new-found “belief and togetherness” at Anfield, he stopped short of backing Liverpool to win the title.
“I don’t want to be the one that says Liverpool can go on and win the league,” Sterling told BBC Sport.
“But there’s a real belief and togetherness in the squad, we’re all working for each other. We all know what the dream is at the end of it.”
Sterling, who has scored six goals and made three assists in 26 Premier League games this season, also heaped praise on Brendan Rodgers for the effect he has had on his season.
“He’s helped me massively,” he said. “Not only with my footballing game but if I need someone to talk to off the field he’s there for me.
“I’ve got to really give credit to him and thank him a lot.”
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