Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge has put his side's fantastic start to the season down to team camaraderie.
Brendan Rodgers' side have started the campaign off in fine form, by winning seven of their first 11 Premier League games.
Former Chelsea forward Sturridge and Luis Suarez have been in devastating form for Liverpool so far this season, scoring a combined 18 goals in 13 games for the Reds.
And Sturridge believes team camaraderie is just one of the factors behind Liverpool's strong start to the season.
The 24-year-old, speaking exclusively to Four Four Two, said:
"The great thing about this Liverpool squad as a whole is that we have got a fantastic camaraderie.
"There's a really positive atmosphere within the group and there's always top banter flying about.
"We really do pull together as one and it's important if we are to achieve our aims on the pitch."
Sturridge also put his partnership with strike partner Suarez down to the fact he knows exactly when the Uruguayan is going to make a run.
He added: "It's a joy to be involved with this team and to partner Luis in attack."
Sturridge, who played the full 90 minutes against Germany on Tuesday, will be hoping he can shake off a minor knock to partner Suarez on Saturday for Liverpool's derby encounter against Everton at Goodison Park.