Liverpool FC star: We deserve to win the Premier League title
Alisson Becker explains why he thinks that Liverpool FC deserve to win the Premier League this season
Liverpool FC “deserve” to win the Premier League title this season, according to their goalkeeper Alisson Becker.
The Reds have made a flying start to the new campaign and they are currently the clear favourites to win the top flight title after having come so close to claiming the trophy last season.
Liverpool FC are currently 11 points clear at the of the Premier League table and they are on course to win their first ever Premier League title under Jurgen Klopp.
The Merseyside outfit came within a whisker of winning the Premier League title last season but they ended up a single point behind Manchester City in the top-flight table.
Klopp led his side to Champions League glory last season as the Reds won their first major trophy under the German head coach.
And Alisson – who was sent off during the 2-1 win over Brighton on Saturday – has now explained why he feels that the Reds can win the title this season.
Speaking in an interview with Sky Sports before Saturday’s clash with Brighton and Hove Albion, Alisson said: “My aims are to win everything we play for.
“Every time we go on the pitch to play a cup game, a league game or a Champions League games, we will give everything to win.
“The desire of the people is important for us and we have the same desire to win the Premier League this season.
“It’s something we try with our full heart to win because the people deserve it, the club deserve it and we deserve it also because of what we did last season and what we have done this season so far.
“But we need to keep going, keep playing to win every game and keep improving, that’s an important thing, but we will try to win all the tournaments we play.”
Liverpool FC will return to Premier League action on Wednesday night when they host bitter derby rivals Everton at Anfield in the top flight.
They will then travel to Bournemouth next weekend as the hectic festive period in the Premier League looms large.