Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists the Premier League leaders remain a work in progress.
Rodgers has continually stressed it is unprecedented for a side to leap from seventh, where Liverpool finished in May, to first in one season and insists they are currently ahead of where he expected them to be.
He believes there is a way to go before they are at a level to consistently compete but thinks they are well on course to achieve that.
"We've still got improvements to make," he told LFCTV.
"We're looking to put something in place not just for now and this season but for the future.
"The process started 18 months ago (when he was appointed successor to club icon Kenny Dalglish) and it's continual."
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