Roberto Firmino issues strong Liverpool FC rallying cry
Roberto Firmino is confident that Liverpool FC will be able to keep up their strong form in the hectic festive period
Roberto Firmino is feeling confident that Liverpool FC will be able to keep up their fine form throughout the hectic festive period.
It has been a brilliant start to the season for Jurgen Klopp’s men, with the Reds currently top of the Premier League table and the only unbeaten team in the top flight.
Liverpool FC were impressive 3-1 winners over Manchester United in the Premier League on Sunday as they continued their unbeaten start to the new campaign and underlined their status as genuine title contenders.
The Merseyside outfit are now set to take on Wolves, Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester City in the top flight in what is sure to be a testing few weeks for Klopp’s men.
However, Firmino feels confident that the Reds will be able to give a good account of themselves as they look to try and establish themselves as the clear favourites for the title this season.
Speaking in an interview quoted by Liverpool FC’s website, Firmino said: “December is always a special month in the Premier League.
“There are a lot of games and it is often a decisive month in terms of the championship. This is a very important month for Liverpool.
“Of course it’s very difficult to stay unbeaten in this league. We’ll only do it with hard work. That’s what we’ve been doing until now, including going back right to the start when we came back for pre-season.
“We need to keep focused and fighting until the end to reach our goals and see where that gets us by the end of the season.
“This team has lofty ambitions and aims high. We are going for titles, we are a big club, we are always fighting for trophies. We’ll continue playing well, the way we are, and we’ll see where it gets us.”
Firmino has been in good form for Liverpool FC so far this season, with the 27-year-old having scored four goals and made three assists in 17 Premier League games.
Liverpool FC are still aiming to win their first trophy since Klopp’s appointment back in October 2015.