Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has said in the Mirror he wants to win the Premier League title while maintaining the "values" on the club.
The Reds are currently on a 10-game winning streak in the league that sees them top of the table, two points above second-placed Chelsea.
Rodgers' team are also at the summit of the Fair Play table, while title rivals Manchester City are fourth and Chelsea are seventh.
The Northern Irish coach takes pride in ensuring his players set the right example, and is keen for them to maintain those standards as they close in on a first league success since 1990.
"We will try to do it in the right way -- I take great pride in winning in the most sporting way we can,” he said.
"If you look at us we are top of the Premier League and we are top of the Fair Play League. We don’t surround referees. We want to win, but it shows you a mark of our behaviour.
"They are the values of this club. It’s a club that has won many trophies in the past but had the humility and the class. One word I always had in my mind when I joined Liverpool is ‘class.’ So that is important to me -- that those values are restored."