Saturday's 3-0 win over Southampton the only team who have won at Anfield this season have extended Liverpool winning streak to four matches, seeing them climb above Manchester City and Arsenal into second.
Its Just four points that separate Liverpool from leaders Chelsea and the travelling fans chanted 'we're going to win the league' at St Mary's a question that midfielder Henderson attempted to move away from but insisting that the squad should remain focused ahead of a testing run-in which will make or break the club's title aspirations.
There is no doubt about it, Liverpool possess the best attacking line-up in the Premier League. Luis Suarez, Daniel Sturridge and Captain Steven Gerrard have all weighed in with the goals to make Liverpool top-scorers in the division with 70 goals in 27 games, a new record in the Premier League thus far and one ahead of free-scoring Man City.
Go back 12 months and the name Jordan Henderson was topping the list of expensive British flops that arrived at Anfield in the summer of 2011.Eyebrows were raised when the club paid £20million for his services in 2011 and a year later the 23 year old from Sunderland was on the verge of heading out of Anfield as part of a cash plus player deal for Clint Dempsey.
You might think that Wojciech Szczesny would want to remember some of his past experiences against Liverpool, because they have been pretty good and are surely good for the young man's confidence levels. Even this season, the Gunners are the only team to stop Suarez and Sturridge from scoring when they have started a league [.
According to reports the Reds are trying to tie up a deal for highly rated wide forward Mohamed Salah after reports claim his European representative was spotted at Anfield on Saturday evening.
Brendan Rodgers rebuilding has gone encouragingly well so far and the latest rumored target Salah looks like a prospect who has been on the radar of many English and German clubs for well over a year now.
The lack of midweek games means that Liverpool are itching to play the next game and erase memories of the 2-0 defeat against Arsenal last weekend. Liverpool are one of the strong favourites to get three points this weekend since they take on struggling Fulham at Anfield. Unlike in the last few seasons, Liverpool are scoring much more freely at Anfield.
Much was made of a potential move by Spanish giants Barcelona for Liverpool defender and now vice-captain, Daniel Agger. However, even with the additions of new central defensive talent this summer, the Danish International is completely content with his place with the Reds and commented to TalkSPORT that the club did not want to see him leave over the summer, "It was up to the club.
Liverpool's hopes of redeveloping Anfield into 60,000 capacity stadium could be scuppered by bats. The protected species has been seen flying around the stadium and the Reds are now obliged to ensure that any building work does not 'adversely affect' them. The plans to rebuild the Anfield Road end are yet to get the go-ahead [.
It was no secret this summer that Liverpool's Luis Suarez was believed set on making a mad dash away from Anfield for what was hoped to be greener pastures at Arsenal in London or in Spain for Real Madrid. The Uruguayan was said to be tired of waiting for the return of Champions League football to Anfield, but since he finished his 10-match ban he seems in a different mind set.
Brendan Rodgers could be planning a shock move to bring Xabi Alonso back to Anfield – but may face competition from Chelsea. Liverpool sold Alonso for £30million back in 2009 but the Spaniard is out of contract at Real Madrid at the end of this season. According to the Daily Star, the Spanish giants could be willing to sell the midfielder in January to avoid losing him on a free transfer next summer.
Liverpool play Ian Holloway's Crystal Palace at Anfield today. The game offers Brendan Rodger's men a great opportunity to consolidate 2nd place in The Premier League against one of the weakest sides in the division.
Former Liverpool striker John Aldridge has urged the club to hold back on plans to give Luis Suarez a new contract. Aldridge, a league title and FA Cup winner who scored 50 top-flight goals for Liverpool between 1987 and 1989, believes Suarez still wants to leave Anfield and could try to engineer a move away.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet says he burgeoning friendship with Kolo Toure and the fact that they both speak French as their first language is behind the Reds' solid defensive record so far this season. Brendan Rodgers' side have conceded just three goals in the league so far this season and two of [.
Liverpool are plotting a January swoop that would see Palermo striker Abel Hernandez link-up with Uruguay international team-mate Luis Suarez at Anfield. The Daily Express claims the Reds are keen to sign Hernandez, linked with a move to Arsenal in the summer, in a £4m deal. The 23-year-old is known to be unhappy in Italy, [.
Liverpool defender is ready to fight for his place in the first team after making a first Anfield appearance, albeit for the under 21's. The 20-year-old was a transfer deadline day arrival from Sporting Lisbon as The Reds shelled out £7 million the land the Portuguese youngster, who is also eligible for England.
Liverpool owner John Henry says that the club is making "good progress" in their attempts to revamp Anfield. The American has ambitious plans for the current Premier League leaders as the Reds try to generate more matchday revenue by increasing the capacity of Anfield to around 60,000. The area surrounding Anfield is also set to be regenerated as part of a partnership between the Merseyside club, Liverpool City Council and Your Housing Group.
No, Jamie Carragher's not out of retirement. But the Liverpool great has been talking about the time he partnered the Reds' new signing Mamadou Sakho in defence. The pair was teamed up during a charity match in Corsica 18 months ago, so he has seen the former PSG man at close quarters. He told the [.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez will attempt to leave the club in January, Anfield sources told SportsDirect News. The Uruguayan, who tried to quit the club during the summer and who was the subject of failed bids from Premier League rivals Arsenal, has apologized for publicly stating his discontent at the club.
Liverpool is sitting at the top of the Barclay's English Premier League for the first time in a long time. Although it is only three games into the season, there is nothing like the boost of confidence a strong opening month can give a club.
Although they are yet to have shown their best football this season, Liverpool have ground out hard earned victories against Stoke City, Aston Villa and Manchester United thanks to goals from star forward Daniel Sturridge.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is believed to be considering his future at Anfield after manager Brendan Rodgers signed three new centre-backs over the summer. The Slovakia captain joined the Reds in 2008 for £6.5 million and after starting last season with Daniel Agger as Rodgers' first-choice central-defensive pairing, the 28-year-old had a testing campaign on Merseyside last term.
New Liverpool signing Iago Aspas is loving life at Anfield and has encouraged other players to join him in England. The Spanish forward arrived at the Anfield club in June and has started every league game so far under Brendan Rodgers. And the Celta Vigo youth product is beaming in his praise for the Premier League and is adjusting quickly to the physical nature of English football.
Liverpool summer signing Mamadou Sakho has expressed his gratitude to Anfield fans for the warm reception he received before signing up. Brendan Rodgers swooped for the former PSG man in the final few days of the summer transfer window and his £18million switch was confirmed early on deadline day.
Pepe Reina seems likely to have played his last game for Liverpool, with media reports in Spain suggesting he has already agreed a deal that will see him join Barcelona next season. The long-serving keeper has been shipped out on loan to Napoli this season after Brendan Rodgers paid £9m to bring Sunderland goalie Simon [.
"@JoshKillner: Can't believe @domjpearson made The Metro with his 'Kolo Touro' tattoo. #lad http://t.co/BJkggXENwf" I will change my name Kolo Toure (@KoloKolotoure28) September 5, 2013 Liverpool defender Kolo Toure has offered to change his to 'Kolo Touro' to match a misspelled tattoo on a supporter's foot.
When Brendan Rodgers arrived at Anfield in the summer of 2012 the air of anticipation around Liverpool fans was a sure sign that the club was pulling itself out from the lows seen under Kenny Dalglish. While Rodgers' first year in charge may not have been the most successful for Liverpool, a strong second half, seeing them only score two points less than champions Manchester United in the final 18 games, gave Kopites much to be excited about.
Earlier this week I was suffering from real doubts about Arsenal and their trip to the northwest to face Liverpool tomorrow. Maybe it is because the constantly negative appraisal of the Gunners from the media has finally started to seep in and get to me, or maybe it is because Liverpool thrashed local rivals Everton [.
Luis Suarez will be expected to extend his scoring record at Anfield with the visit of West Ham who have failed to claim a victory at Anfield in their last 40 attempts and I believe their will be no big change their with a comfortable home victory anticipated.
Luis Suarez (13) has scored one more Barclays Premier League goal than West Ham have as a team (12) this season.
One of the more frustrating ‘cerebral' aspects of a performance like the one at Anfield is the post mortem. It's never particularly fun to ruminate over a heavy defeat, but when at least 10 of your 11 players quite visibly under-perform, it creates a free pass for people to dig out their hobby horses.
Dejan Lovren's early second-half header at Anfield ended the homeside's unbeaten run to the season as Southampton desevedly claimed all three points with Simon Mignolet and Artur Boruc in either goal performing heroics for their teams.
Jamie Carragher admits he is unsure how Brendan Rodgers will fit Mamadou Sakho into his first-choice XI but expects the Frenchman to be a regular starter. The 23-year-old is yet to make an appearance for the Reds after completing an £18m move to Anfield from Ligue 1 winners Paris Saint-Germain on deadline day.
New England U21 coach Gareth Southgate has appointed Anfield starlet Andre Wisdom as his captain. The 20-year-old wore the armband during the 6-0 friendly victory over Scotland last month and will now retain the honour for the upcoming European U21 Championship qualifying campaign. Speaking at a press conference ahead of Thursday's match with Moldova, Wisdom commented: "It's a great honour to captain England at any level, so I'm delighted to have retained the captaincy.