Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has detailed the one phrase Jordan Henderson will not allow his teammates to say.
The Reds are currently 19 points clear of Manchester City at the top of the table and are just five wins away from claiming a maiden Premier League crown.
Oxlade-Chamberlain, who is in the best form of his Liverpool career, has said Henderson will not allow anyone to get ahead of themselves with the league still not won.
The 26-year-old told the Mirror: "My dad would always say that you can look back and be happy with yourself when you can’t do it anymore.
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"That’s what he used to say. Until then, you always have to push, never be satisfied and that’s what this team is doing at the minute as well.
"I look at Jordan Henderson because he’s lifted the European Cup, how much that meant to him, but you wouldn’t have thought he’d lifted anything from the way he is.
"If anyone even utters the words ‘winning the league’ then he shuts them straight down. He’s done it externally as well, he won’t ever let himself get carried away.
"He’s just so driven, focused on the next game and the next thing. That’s how we are as a team and how I am as an individual.
"My dad built that into me so that I am never too excited by anything that’s going on around you, you’ve got to go onto the next thing to achieve the next target."
Liverpool are in action against West Ham on Monday night but will be without their skipper.
Henderson is set to be sidelined for up to three weeks after he suffered a hamstring injury against Atletico Madrid last week.