Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has suggested that all teams in the last eight of the Champions League will be hoping to avoid drawing Jurgen Klopp's men, in an interview with the Liverpool website.
The Reds are the competitions top scorers this season so far with 28 goals in only eight games, having developed quite the reputation of being one of the most free-scoring sides around on their day.
With the likes of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Frimino and Sadio Mane at their disposal up front, it is no surprise that Aldridge believes they are the most feared team among Europe's finest.
"On our day, we can be devastating. Look at Maribor - people said they were a poor team, but we’re the only team that beat them away and we beat them 7-0," Aldridge explained.
"It wasn’t because those teams are poor, it was because we hit the heights going forward and if we hit the heights then teams like Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City, the teams that open up, then on our day, if we defend well, we can beat them.
"No team will want to play us, that’s a fact."
Liverpool now must wait until Friday to learn who they will face in the Champions League quarter finals. With Manchester United and Tottenham now out of the competition, Chelsea have the chance to join Manchester City and Liverpool in the last eight, which would continue the strong representation from English teams in Europe's premier tournament.
It has been some time since and English team has stamped their authority in Europe, with the likes of Juventus, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid all dominating the latter stages in recent seasons.
However, with Klopp and Guardiola leading the Reds and Man City forward, we may just see an English club reach the final for the first time in six years.