Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling thinks the Premier League title race will keep going right until the end of the season.
City and Liverpool have exchanged places at the top of the table for weeks, with both sides pressing towards a title win.
And Sterling insists City will push Liverpool all the way.
“Yes, 100 per cent, the way Liverpool have been playing it will go down to the wire,” he said.
“I don’t see us slowing down now. Liverpool have a great squad, great self-belief, but so do we.”
On his early miss against Crystal Palace at the weekend, he said: “I tried to be a bit too clever with the first one. But the game is 90 minutes and it was still 0-0, so I knew there would be more chances.
“When I was younger you always want to score your first opportunity and sometimes it doesn’t happen like that. You don’t beat yourself up.
“There’s 80 minutes left, you just have to be ready for the next opportunity. That’s the mentality, just keep going and the chance will come.
“We always knew coming here in the past that it’s a difficult place to come. We got two goals but knew we couldn’t switch off.
“We kept pushing and we were glad to get the third goal. We knew we had to be on it from the first minute.”