Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp has urged caution ahead of his side's Champions League semi-final second leg against Villarreal.
The German insists, despite his team's 2-0 advantage, that none of his players or staff can relax against Unai Emery's men.
"The problem in our job is everything is perfect until this moment I'm sitting here and now the next game we start on the wrong foot or whatever and all of a sudden the game gets a different dynamic and all these kinds of things," he stated in his press conference.
"It's good to know, it's more a feeling inside, it's not that we are flying constantly and high-five here and there. We know we are in a good moment, that's true."
Spanish international Thiago Alcantara is on fine form and Klopp lavished praise on his midfielder.
"Thiago could play for any team in the world. He has fantastic talent. He would be an exceptional player in the national team," he said.
"That has nothing to do with playing for Bayern or Spain. If he's in good shape physically he's an exceptional player."
Klopp isn't too fussed about whether his side can keep up their flawless winning streak in the competition this season, and admits his side will have to suffer.
"We will have to suffer and we will have to be ready to suffer and we will have to sit back in moments, definitely, but not as a general approach. So, let's see."
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