Defender Nathaniel Clyne believes Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp can guide the club to Premier League title glory this season.
Klopp has only lost two of his first 14 games in charge at Anfield since replacing Brendan Rodgers – who was sacked after their Merseyside derby draw in October.
The Reds have stumbled a little of late, losing 2-0 away at Newcastle and then being held at home 2-2 by West Brom last weekend.
Despite that, Clyne is confident for the season ahead and admits the German’s on-field celebrations against the Baggies surprised him.
“We didn’t know it was going to happen and it took me by surprise,” Clyne said in an interview with The Telegraph.
“We were under the cosh and in the last minute we equalised. It was a good moment for us. The manager said it was the best crowd since he has been at the club and he was giving something back to them.
“What we did there showed we could get the crowd more motivated by doing that salute. Liverpool has a big atmosphere and we know if we get that crowd going it makes us play better.
“Can we win the title? Yeah, it’s a possibility.
“Our target is definitely to get into the top four and we are in all the cup competitions.
“We are doing really well. The league is unpredictable. It keeps everyone excited, not knowing what is going to happen.”