- The Reds legend said that he had no doubts the Reds would win at their Anfield return.
- He adds that week in and week out, the team plays with a very high tempo and amazing aggression.
- The former midfielder is also amazed at the team's consistency, speaking of their 97 points last season - he concludes by saying that they deserve to be champions.
Winner of five league titles with Liverpool and captain of arguably the greatest Reds side of all time, not many players know what winning means as much as Graeme Souness.
Speaking to Sky Sports after Liverpool's demolition of Crystal Palace last night, the former midfielder praised the team's consistency and quality.
"They're sensational. Ninety-seven points last year... their consistency levels are off the chart. They deserve to be champions, you could have given it to them at Christmas.
"Week in week out, they play with such a high tempo and such aggression. For the manager to get that out of them, they've been sensational. Liverpool to a man tonight were determined to show the derby game was a hiccup.
"Tonight they were bang at it, so professional, they were never going to do anything tonight other than be convincing."
Souness hits the nail on its head here - no team in the world has been as consistent as the Reds since the last three seasons.
The team has reached back-to-back Champions League finals, finished with 97 points last season and now are on course to win their first league title in 30 years while possibly breaking Man City's 100 points PL record.
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