Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp, has said his team is taking nothing for granted ahead of their Champions League semi-final second leg at Villarreal on Tuesday.
The Reds travel to Spain with a 2-0 advantage from the first leg at Anfield.
Despite holding a commanding lead, Klopp knows fully well there is still a job to be done.
“We know that it is half-time. If it were a cup game where only one game decided, and we had to go to Villarreal, we would try to win there.
“We know they will give all they have. With all the things Unai (Emery) said after the game, it is going to be a tough one.
“Champions League semi-finals should be tough. But we played a good game at home and we better play a good game there as well,” he told a press conference on Monday.