Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he has been left excited by the competition from rival clubs in the top-flight this season.
Manchester United currently hold a three-point advantage heading into Sunday's top-of-the-table clash against Liverpool at Anfield, with a fierce battle for the title shaping up.
Klopp has also been impressed by other clubs in the running this season though, naming Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea.
“It must be exciting and interesting, it would be boring if one team was so dominant. Like in the ‘90s, and early 2000s with United and earlier with Liverpool obviously," Klopp said.
"I was a little bit afraid that Man City would be something like that (dominating) and obviously could still be. But it’s important that somebody has stepped in and showed that there are different ways to play and you can be successful.
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"It gave all of us a chance to try again and that’s of course what’s happening this year. So many teams can be champions - United are three points ahead, can be six points.
"Don’t forget, City have a game in hand and can be one point behind United and all this kind of stuff. Chelsea are not a finished article, and Tottenham are doing well.”
Remarkably, despite the historic rivalry, United and Liverpool have finished as the top-two in the Premier League just once.