Liverpool are unbeaten at Anfield in their last 34 games and it’s safe to say the club’s home form is the main reason behind their Premier League title challenge.
The latest victory at the historic ground came on Saturday when Jurgen Klopp’s men cruised past Bournemouth .
Liverpool’s players clearly enjoy taking the field at Anfield and one former Premier League star insists the supporters play a massive part.
Former Wimbledon star Vinnie Jones recalled defending a corner kick in front of the Kop during his playing days and he came up with the perfect analogy of the Anfield atmosphere whilst suggesting the Liverpool fans are back to their best in that regard.
“If you are going to win the league you have to make your home ground the fortress and teams have got to be terrified to come and play at your place,” Jones explained on talkSPORT.
“Manchester City have got that and Manchester United always had it. When I played our team liked playing at Highbury.
“I can remember my first ever game at Liverpool when I was screaming at one of the boys and he was only eight yards away and he couldn’t hear me.
“We were defending a corner in front of the Kop and when you play in front of the Kop you know it. It’s like a train rushing through the net at you. It’s just so loud. The buzz is so fantastic.”