Liverpool owner concedes there is work to do but is thrilled with performances.
Liverpool surged to the top of the Premier League table yesterday, recording a 4-0 win over Tottenham.
They took full advantage of Chelsea's surprise loss at Crystal Palace, and Manchester City only being able to draw at the Emirates against Arsenal.
Utterly dominant vs. Spurs. Deserving of first place. 11 top performances on the pitch. Still a lot of work to do.— John W. Henry (@John_W_Henry) March 30, 2014
The American is clearly not getting carried away, and that's a top-down message likely to be instilled to the players by Brendan Rodgers.
For fans it is hard not to right now, but the players know they have six cup finals to prepare for, and that is they way they should treat the upcoming contests.
The bookies currently have Manchester City as favourites at 4/5 with SkyBet, thanks to their two games in hand, with Liverpool following at 15/8.
Chelsea have dropped to 7/1, while Arsenal are a staggering 125/1 after their recent run of poor form.