Jurgen Klopp has insisted his work is just getting started at Liverpool as the Reds hone in on history over the next couple of months.
But the Reds boss has conceded that Liverpool's Premier League campaign has so far been "close to perfection" as they look to take another sizable step towards the title this weekend.
A visit to Watford on Saturday evening is the first of six games over the next three weeks, with Klopp's men still fighting it out in the FA Cup and Champions League alongside their main objective of winning a first Premier League title.
The Reds need just 12 points from a possible 33 to be crowned champions of England for 19th time as they look to add that achievement to the Champions League, Super Cup and Club World Cup trophies picked over the last eight months.
FA Cup action follows hot on the heels of the visit to Vicarage Road with Liverpool in action at Chelsea on Tuesday night before a home meeting with Bournemouth a week on Saturday.
And despite standing on the brink of league glory with 79 points already amassed, Klopp says his project is far from complete at Anfield as a first title for three decades creeps closer into view.
Klopp said: "There is still a lot of work to do and a lot of space for improvement.
"You see our games and result-wise it looks okay, but performance-wise there is a lot of space for improvement.
"That is what we work on and try constantly through the week. The upcoming four fixtures are in the next 12 days, but we have proper training days before the games which is massively different for us.
"We try to work on things that can happen immediately and not in the long-term, but in the long term there is a lot of space for improvement.
"Result consistency is maybe difficult to improve because that is close to perfection, obviously, but it is possible to improve the performances in all departments - offensively, defensively, reacting, using your own opportunities like set-pieces, defending set-pieces better.
"There are so many things you can improve that that will never end, probably."
Klopp also claimed he was unaware of a title-talk ban placed on the squad by Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson.
It was revealed earlier this week by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that Henderson is quick to admonish any of his team-mates who are discussing a potential league triumph.
And Klopp says that directive has not come from him as he declared himself uninterested with the noise that surrounds a club who are just four wins away from a first league win since 1990.
"I didn't know Hendo had banned that!" Klopp added. "It is just how we see it.
"I can't imagine they sit in the dressing room and discuss it before I come in because when I come in I see nothing of that situation.
"I don't see anyone wanting to talk about it and Hendo telling them to shut up. It is just focusing on the next game.
"I don't think that is too difficult but I can imagine what it is like because I meet people who want to talk about it and who say: 'Unbelievable. You're going to do it.'
"Stuff like this but it doesn't bother me. I don't care.
"I can imagine people think like this but there is only one team who can make it happen or not and that is us.
"That is what we try to do and we try to do it by being 100 per cent focused on a specific game, and that is now Watford.
"I have no problem with people talking about [the title] but I don't think about it. So why should I speak about it?"