Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk believes that he adopts a confident and aggressive approach towards Manchester United could help push the club into the top four.

Three wins and one draw, with four clean sheets, average Jurgen Kloppside entered the match much better on Sunday Premier League They are in better shape than a month ago when they lost 3-0 at the Wolves.

United is the best form team with 23 points, the most after the World Cup, and they also won the Carabao Cup last weekend.

However, Van Dijk is not worried ahead of the Anfield clash, saying: “It’s kind of a game in itself.

“He’s probably getting all the attention and frankly we’re not in good shape and they’re definitely in shape.

But we know what we can do and we must do our best: the players, the fans and the whole structure for it.

“Everyone should feel responsible for getting a good result. It’s not easy, it’s not easy for the fans, and you can be a little nervous at times, but we need everyone to have our back no matter what.

We could have beaten them there (August at Old Trafford) but obviously we lost (2-1) and that’s the truth.

“But we have to be confident, we have to be aggressive and I look forward to that because you want to perform there and show what you can do.

We will give our all and hopefully it will be a good game for us and we will continue to move towards that spot in the Champions League.”