Jurgen Klopp insists he and his players aren't stopping to admire their work just yet as Liverpool change focus to the FA Cup this weekend.
A hard-fought 2-1 win at Wolves on Thursday night was enough to re-establish the Reds' 16-point lead at the summit of the Premier League.
Goals at either end of the match from Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino were enough despite the Reds conceding their first goal in 726 minutes thanks to Raul Jimenez's 20th of the season after half time.
With games against West Ham and Southampton to come on Wednesday and Saturday next week, the league leaders could be 22 points clear of second-place Manchester City before their next match away at Tottenham.
With such a commanding lead in place, the Reds know nine wins will see them lift their first league crown for 30 years but Klopp has once again maintained that no-one at Anfield is getting carried away.
Liverpool head to Shrewsbury Town for the fourth round of the FA Cup on Sunday afternoon as attention turns briefly away from the Premier League pursuit, but Klopp says neither he nor his players are overly analysing their success to date.
"I don't think about it, but I think if I look back it makes sense after the last game, whichever that game will be as we are still in two cup competitions," Klopp said.
"In the cups we are where we are ahead of the next round. Shrewsbury and Atletico Madrid are our next opponents. It is really about doing what you have to do until it is over.
"There is no 10 per cent party in my mind, no 15 per cent, no eight per cent, there is just no party.
"After the game yesterday, we had these little meetings where I tell the boys what I think. To be honest I had to remind myself to say 'Congratulations, the result was outstanding'. We have no time to make assessments, we analyse our next opponent and then we go in.
"It is not that we forget what we have to do better. We are all happy with each other, obviously, in a good place that is clear – many other teams are the same.
"And we were in a good place last year and the year before when we didn't win anything because we just like working together, working together on improvement and there is still a lot to improve. That is our life.
"Anyone in the past who looked like they would win something and then stopped never got rewarded in history. After our career we want to look back and then mix it up, what we won and when we won it. That was maybe a joke at the time but it is kind of the idea we have together."