The full-back is ready to take on the Reds in the early 12.45pm kick-off after earning his 12th cap as England made it 10 out of 10 in Euro 2016 qualifying this week.
Step back to September 26 and our young squad underlined its potential with an inspirational display and 4-1 win against City in our last home outing.
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“The work ethic from the first to the 90th minute against City showed what we’re all about,” said Kyle. “Now we need to show that again.
“We’ve set the bar in the City game and we don’t want to fall below it.
“Liverpool have been a bit stop-start but they have a lot of talent so we know we need to be right on our game again.”
The eyes of the world will be on the game as Jurgen Klopp takes charge of Liverpool for the first time.
“I spoke about it with some of the lads on England duty and we just have to concentrate on ourselves,” added Kyle. “We can’t worry about them and we need to make them worry about us.
“They are coming to our patch so we need to play as we did against City and we won’t go far wrong.”
We stretched our unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven matches with a 2-2 draw at Swansea before the international break and Kyle was back in the England fold after a fine start to the campaign.
“It was good to be part of it,” said Kyle. “It’s been positive start to the season and hopefully I’ll continue taking steps in the right direction.”