Jurgen Klopp regards Chelsea as favourites to win the Premier League - but is adamant Liverpool are again ignoring their title rivals.

After 10 games, the Reds are behind Tottenham Hotspur on goal difference at the top of the table ahead of Sunday's visit of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

While Liverpool were six points clear at the same stage of last season, this term they have had to cope with a condensed fixture list and a barrage of injuries.

Nevertheless, Klopp believes his players are maintaining the attitude that served them well in ending the club's 30-year wait for the title in July.

"I don't feel that we are chasing anyone at the moment or somebody is chasing us," said the Reds boss.

"I see Tottenham are doing pretty well. Chelsea is for me at the moment looking like the favourite with a bigger squad and after a bit of a rusty start are now fully in. They have unbelievable opportunities to change the team from one game to another.

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"We watch them but we aren't chasing them. We play them when we play them. That's how we saw it last season as well.

"The pressure is there but it's about yourself, how much you think of that. The pressure is there to win a game.

"Our pressure is we want to win against Wolves, but we're only playing against Wolves and nobody else."

For the first time since 2017, no club has opened up an early gap at the top of the Premier League table.

And Klopp believes the unique circumstances surrounding the season mean there is little point assessing the standings until much deeper into the campaign.

"It's much too early to think about who is ahead of who," he said.

"It's just a situation this season, it's not about setting a target and going for it.

"It's about getting through it with the best possible football you can play and that's what we try to do.

"It differs from midweek to weekend at times because of some circumstances.

"But the target for us is always to be fully focused on the next game and the next opponent and don't think, especially not this early in the season, about other results."