Gerrard loving seeing Liverpool on top of the Premier League
His own side may well be top of the Scottish top division by a couple of points, and have perhaps their best chance of winning the title in the past decade, but that hasn't stopped former Liverpool captain and legend Steven Gerrard keeping an eye on his old club.
The Reds legend is only in his second season at Rangers and is pushing Celtic every step of the way this season, but that hasn't stopped him having one eye on Jurgen Klopp's team.
Speaking to Liverpoolfc.com before the legends match today, he said: "They have been brilliant for a while.
"If you go back over the last couple of years, when Jürgen finally got his team and his philosophy across, I’ve really enjoyed watching them.
"I always think they’re going to win, no matter who they’re playing against, whether it’s in the Champions League or whether it’s a top-of-the-table clash, I always fancy Liverpool as favourites now.
"With the front three and the form they’re in, they are unplayable at times. Obviously Van Dijk has been a really big [piece] of the jigsaw, the ‘keeper, and the rest around them are not bad either!
"They are great to watch and it’s brilliant from a fan point of view to see them sitting top of the league. But I’m sure Jürgen is thinking the same thing as me: take the next game as it comes, keep pushing and try to win your next one."