Reds left-back Andy Robertson has stated that Liverpool will fight until the end to secure the Premier League title.

Liverpool’s season has been basically perfect, however, the Reds have gone through a bit of a rough patch in the last month.

Although, Liverpool got back to winning ways on Saturday by defeating Bournemouth 2-1 at Anfield in the Premier League, however, it was far from a straightforward victory.

The Cherries took the lead through Callum Wilson early in the first-half. However, Jurgen Klopp’s side responded shortly after, as Mohamed Salah scored his 20th goal for the club season.

Sadio Mane scored towards the end of the first-half, which proved to be the decisive moment in the match.

Liverpool currently possess a 25-point lead at the top of the Premier League table. Two more victories will ensure Klopp’s side the title.

Despite how close Liverpool are to claiming the title, Robertson is not becoming complacent.

“The Premier League would be a massive one for us as this club has suffered for 30 years so we want to put that to bed and get Liverpool right back to the top and then we want to continue that,” Robertson said, as quoted by Sports Mole.

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LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – JANUARY 02: Andy Robertson of Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp, Manager of Liverpool acknowledge the fans after the Premier League match between Liverpool FC and Sheffield United at Anfield on January 02, 2020 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

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“That’s the aim and as we’re such a close group of players there’s nothing better than celebrating titles with each other. The foundations we’ve built over the season have been fantastic but we need to keep going.

“We’re looking forward to the run-in. We’re still fighting on two fronts for trophies and we want to try and take them both but we know how hard it’s going to be.

“We’ve put everything in place to become champions but we now have the last part of the journey and hopefully we’ll get there.”

It is great to hear these comments from Robertson. Even though Liverpool have basically won the title, he is not suggesting that to be the case.

These are the types of messages the Anfield faithful want to hear. Until it is mathematically done, there is nothing to celebrate.

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