Liverpool defender Andy Robertson has insisted they are just focusing on the next game amid a ‘really tough’ run in for the Reds.
Liverpool secured a 2-2 draw at Manchester City on Sunday after a below-par performance saw them miss the chance to overtake their opposition at the top of the table.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have a busy few weeks ahead of them as they look for glory in three competitions.
They face Benfica on Wednesday night in the second-leg of their Champions League quart-final before facing City again on Saturday, this time at Wembley in an FA Cup semi-final.
They then face bitter rivals Manchester United and Everton in the space of a few days in the Premier League.
However, Scotland captain Robertson has insisted they are just taking it on game at a time.
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Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com, Robertson said: “Just keep focusing on the next one.
“We are already focused on Benfica now. We have a lead but we need to get through. We need to try to win that and then get into the semi-finals. If we do that then we focus on the next one.
“We are still fighting on all fronts, we still have a lot of games to play and if we win hopefully it ends with silverware.”
The draw at City means Liverpool must now rely on Pep Guardiola’s side drop points at some stage in the run-in to give them any chance of winning the league title.
But the Liverpool left-back has admitted they can only control their own games.
“We can only focus on ourselves.
“I think we have got a really tough run-in; all games are tough in the Premier League, especially when you get to the end bit.
“But we have some really tough games and we need to try to win them, we need to be at our best, we need to be better than we were [against City] and if we do that then let’s see where we end up and hopefully we can win something. If not, we will give it our best shot.
“Time will tell [if we need to win them all]. You never know. We need to win as many games as it takes – it’s as simple as that. We wait to see what results happen, we need to keep dealing with each game as it comes.”
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