Liverpool found a way to win once more on Wednesday night as Leicester City became the latest team swept aside by Jurgen Klopp's side.
After booking their place in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup, next up on the horizon for Liverpool is a trip to the capital to take on Tottenham Hotspur.
The Lilywhites have enjoyed a strong start to the campaign under new boss Ange Postecoglou and are yet to taste defeat in the Premier League in 2023/24 - a statistic Klopp will be hoping to change come Saturday evening.
Looking ahead to this fixture, while taking stock of Wednesday's cup triumph, four supporters have shared their views as part of a weekly ECHO fan column.
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Rhys Buchanan (city centre, @Rhys_Buchanan) - Feel-good factor sweeping through the club
Momentum really can be everything in football, and that’s why it was so vital we kept our winning streak going against Leicester on Wednesday night. Curtis Jones proved he’s every one of us by shaking his head in disbelief after Dominik Szoboszlai came off the bench to thump home a rocket to remember right in front of the Kop.
More importantly, it feels like there’s an unbreakable bond forming between the players and the fans once more. Encouraging shouts of ‘Ibou!’ and ‘Nunez!’ thundered from the Kop after every important flourish from those two key names and, in lieu of a chant at the moment, classics from the Anfield songbook rang out after every involvement from Szoboszlai.
Where in recent seasons there’s been a pang of negativity around certain players, this feel-good factor is refreshing to say the least. It feels