The Reds returned to the top of the table yesterday after comfortably beating Bournemouth 3-0.
Sadio Mane opened the scoring at Anfield and goals from Georginio Wijnaldum and Mohamed Salah sealed the win.
City take on Chelsea this afternoon and a win will see them leapfrog Liverpool back into first place on goal difference.
But Liverpool remain in pole position and have a game in hand on their rivals.
“When people say he is nervous or we are nervous it couldn’t be further from the truth.”
Liverpool defender Andy Robertson
Following a disappointing run of results, there have been suggestions that Liverpool are nervous and could be set to bottle the title.
However, Robertson has rubbished those suggestions.
And the Scotland international insists Reds boss Klopp is happier than ever.
“He has been calm and the backroom staff have been a different class,” he said.
“They are the team behind the team and they are the ones who keep us going and positive.
“When people say he is nervous or we are nervous it couldn’t be further from the truth.
“He’s probably been more smiley. He is just trying to get us going and it’s obviously worked.
“In terms of the players we’ve not seen any difference in any of the staff and that feeds into the players and we’ve not changed; whether we draw, win or lose it doesn’t change.
“It’s a relaxed training ground and it is all about winning games. The only thing we get annoyed about – not nervous about – is that we want to win every game.
“If we have a bad result we use that to put in a positive performance the next game and that’s what we’ve done.
“Since Monday we’ve studied this game.
“We wanted to have a clean sheet and we wanted to get some goals back in and it could have been a lot more.”