Conor Coady believes Liverpool look on course to win their first ever Premier League title if they continue in this vein of form.
The Wolves skipper done his former club a huge favour last weekend when Nuno Espirito Santo’s side stunned Man City 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium.
It saw Liverpool go eight points clear at the summit, leaving Pep Guardiola’s side with plenty of work to do if they’re to retain the Premier League title.
Coady claims that the Reds have made a knack of winning at all costs, highlighting that even when they fail to keep a clean sheet, they will score another goal.
“With Liverpool this year, they don’t seem to be panicking, I know it’s early doors,” the 26-year-old said on Soccer AM.
“People talk about not keeping clean sheets or whatever but even when they don’t it’s like they score another.
“City seemed like that last year.
“Obviously they missed out on the Champions League the year before and they kick on again because the manager is that good.
“I don’t want to speak too soon, but they look to be going again, it’s so good to see them at that elite level.
“They’re such a big football club and I think to see them playing like that is brilliant.”
Coady came through the ranks at Melwood and made two senior appearances for Liverpool before leaving for Huddersfield in 2014.
The defender is a life-long Reds supporters having grown up on Merseyside, but is willing to put his loyalties aside when playing for Wolves.
“When I play against them, I want to win more than ever,” he added.
“It’s a weird, weird feeling.
“That’s just what I feel playing for Wolves.”
It was a huge week for Wolves as their season finally kicked into gear with vital wins at Besiktas and City, having already played 17 matches this season due to Europa League commitments.