Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is happy for fans to dream about winning the Premier League this season.
Luis Suarez's sixth Liverpool hat-trick in a 6-3 win at Cardiff saw him equal Robbie Fowler's club record tally of 28 Premier League goals in a season, while a Martin Skrtel double and Daniel Sturridge's late finish floored the relegation-threatened Welsh side.
"We are focusing on the immediate future," Rodgers said.
"The fans can believe and dream, and when you come to see your team play away from home and they score six goals, you've got every right to do that. They have been a big part of our success this year.
"I've got to say that I am really looking forward to the Sunderland game. It feels like we haven't played at home for ages.
"Wednesday will be a great night for us. We've now got five games left at Anfield, with three away from home. Anfield is a special place to play football, so for us, it's about the immediate future."
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