Emma Hayes insists Liverpool have demonstrated they can go the distance in the Premier League title race.
They are now two points clear at the top of the table, but second-place Manchester City has played one game fewer.
Hayes thinks Klopp’s side still have an excellent chance of lifting a first league title in 29 years.
According to Hayes, she said: “Everyone is talking about whether they are lucky or resilient, of course, they are resilient,”.
“It doesn’t matter how you get your goals; it’s getting enough of them to stay in it, the fact that they are a week in, week out still finding results even with setbacks they have demonstrated they can go the distance.
She further said: “They need to keep chipping away; I look at the fixtures and for me, I think there’s some tricky fixture for City sandwiched in between Champions League and FA Cup games. I think there will be a surprise yet to come.”