Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain although happy about their 0-2 win against West Ham, making Liverpool beat all teams in a league in a season – he states that breaking the record isn’t the only thing on Liverpool’s mind.
Liverpool has a milestone and agenda greater than that – to be a great team even after beating all records, even after winning titles – and Oxlade-Chamberlain knows that.
“That’s obviously nice but I think teams never get to those sorts of positions and have those accolades and records by thinking about those things,” Oxlade-Chamberlain told Liverpoolfc.com.
“They just go into every game, go to work and do the business. You keep that mentality, you give yourself the best chance of coming away with wins.
“There are a lot of tough games coming up so we’ve just to keep plodding along and keep doing what we are doing to first and foremost achieve what we want to do in the league. That’s the most important thing – finishing as high up as we can – and we are in a good position.
“We want to keep that going and if records come off the back of that then that’s obviously a little bonus, but you can’t really think about those things, I don’t think.”