Liverpool needs to win three titles in a row to become a great team.
Former Man United defender Patrice Evra insisted that the Reds would be considered a great team only if they win three titles in a row.
Despite winning the Premier League and Champions League in the last two years, they are still far from being the best team in England according to Evra.
The Frenchman himself won three back-to-back titles with Manchester United from 2007-2009.
“We need to calm down, it’s only nine games. I will call them a great team when they win three league titles in a row,” Evra said on Sky Sports.
“If they don’t win this year, I won’t call them an amazing team – it’s all about consistency and they win the league year after year – that’s when we call them the great Liverpool team.
“Many teams before that have done that and I will call them the best Liverpool team when they win three leagues in a row.”
The squad is now second at the league table despite losing their star defensive duo Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez to long-term injuries.