Liverpool have a 23-point lead over third-placed Chelsea ahead of the final weekend of the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp, whose Liverpool team have lost just once this season, believes the difference between Liverpool and Chelsea is consistency.
Klopp believes his Liverpool team has been consistent this season compared to Chelsea.
“My vision was never a finished article,” Klopp told Liverpool’s official website. “I never thought we have to be here or there because I know football is constantly changing. It is all about being stable on the highest possible level – that is my wish.
“It’s not about what kind of football can we play. I am perfectly happy with the big steps we made in different departments of the game.
“We used to struggle in the past with game management and then at the beginning of the season we had moments when we were 1-0 up and it looked like we were calming the game down completely when people wanted more football because they were not used to it. But we had to make steps.
“You cannot rest in football, never. We have a really full toolbox with football tools. With our help, the boys use the right tools in the right moments. We have to make an ever bigger one for the next few years because nobody sleeps in this business.
“We saw Chelsea and Arsenal (reach the Europa League final) – what’s the difference between us? 20 points or so. That’s not the difference really but we’ve been so consistent, that’s the difference.
“When we face each other, it’s not 20 points, it’s about a moment here or there, but consistency has made the difference points-wise. That’s what we have to make sure in the future too.”