Liverpool's Gerrard: "We've won nothing yet"

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard knows the pressure is now on the Anfield outfit as they moved three points clear at the top of the league following the 1-0 win at Chelsea.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard knows the pressure is now on the Anfield outfit as they moved three points clear at the top of the league following the 1-0 win at Chelsea.

Gerrard is refusing to get carried away and has called on the team to build on their win against Chelsea, by picking up another three points at home to Portsmouth on Wednesday night.

"It's important not to get carried away," Gerrard told the club's official website.

"We're still only in October. We're in a nice position in the league but Chelsea are a fantastic side who will come back and Manchester United will be there or thereabouts.

"We've won nothing yet. It was a massive win and three big points but if we slip up against Portsmouth then those points will be irrelevant.

"To win this league and become champions you have to handle the pressure of being at the top. That's the challenge for us now. Can we handle being top of the league?

"We've done superbly well so far, we're unbeaten, and we have to keep that going now, starting against Portsmouth."

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