Former Liverpool midfielder Jamie Redknapp has insisted that the Merseyside outfit cannot afford to make a mistake in the final four games of the season.
The Reds will lift the Premier League trophy if they win their remaining four games following Sunday's 3-2 victory over Manchester City at Anfield.
Liverpool have won 10 games on the bounce, but they will have to secure a winning record in order to beat City and Chelsea to title glory.
Redknapp wrote in the Daily Mail: "Liverpool have won 10 in a row but they will have to break a top-flight record if they want to win it. Arsenal won 14 straight games in 2002 but that was split across two seasons.
"Liverpool could match that record in one. They have four games left and need to win them all. There is no room to slip up."
The North-West outfit will take on Norwich City, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Newcastle United in their remaining fixtures.