Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer evoked the spirit of mountaineering to warn his Manchester United players not to become complacent now they have reached the Premier League summit.
Making his point clear ahead of United and Liverpool match at Anfield, Solskjaer mentioned highest mountain in the world and Africa, Everest and Kilimanjaro respectively.
Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s tallest mountain and the world’s largest free-standing mountain.
The UK based Daily Mail quoted the former United player as saying: "There's been loads of hard work and loads of patience to get to the position we're in now, but it's like if you climb Kilimanjaro or Mount Everest and you get to the top and you sit down and relax - what happens then? You'll freeze to death.
'So now is the time to push on and go again. Thee is a definite shift in mentality of the boys that we believe we can go on to bigger and better things.'