Reds centre-back insists his teammates are solely focused on getting better as a unit.
Virgil van Dijk says Liverpool do not feel they are ‘unbeatable’ despite stretching their winless run to 23 Premier League games.
The Reds beat a resilient Wolverhampton side 2-1 on Thursday night, thanks to goals from Jordan Henderson and Roberto Firmino.
Despite registering 22 wins in 23 league games - with a 16-point advantage atop the table - so far this season, Netherlands international Van Dijk insists his teammates are solely focused on getting better as a unit.
"You never feel unbeatable – it is not a feeling that we have," the centre-back, who moved to Anfield from the St Mary’s for a reported fee of £75m back in 2018, told UK media.
"Anything can happen. There were moments against Wolves when things could have been different.
"They could have scored a second. We always feel we have to keep working hard.
"We just try to keep improving. Things are going good at the moment and everyone is in a good situation."