Jon Flanagan insists Liverpool’s players will heed the words of captain Steven Gerrard at the final whistle following Sunday’s dramatic 3-2 win over Manchester City.
Gerrard gathered his teammates in a huddle at the final whistle to remind them that the job is far from done, despite Phillipe Coutinho’s 78th minute strike putting them seven points clear of Manchester City and two clear of Chelsea at the top of the table.
And Flanagan insists the Reds will listen to their captains orders.
He told the Liverpool Echo: “It was a great win. All the lads and all the fans are believing we can do it now.
“Stevie said in the huddle that we need to go again next weekend at Norwich and he’s right.
“We haven’t achieved anything yet and we all know that. Man City is gone and it’s about the next game.
“Steven has been phenomenal. He has carried this club for years and he deserves this more than anyone.
“All the lads are doing it for themselves but especially for Stevie as well.
“We have to stay focused and prepare for Norwich.
“There are still another four games to be won and we can’t allow things to slip.
“We need to keep going like this right to the end.”