Pablo Zabaleta feels Liverpool's title tension is a " Helping his former club, Manchester City winning a Premier League prize.
Zabaleta was part of two teams who won a title in his nine years at Ballymac.
Now at West Ham, the 34-year-old has a worry that Liverpool's supporters are worried when they are. trying to stop a 29-year wait to finish the top of the league.
"When the team does not play well, the fans seem tight," he said.
"That can make it difficult for the players to focus and play well.
"Some Liverpool fans have been waiting for that" "Premier League."
Liverpool had taken three of the four previous games at Premier League before he spent 5-0 Watford Wednesday, after that manager Jurgen Klopp said his team had confirmed some of the doubts wrong.
Zabaleta saw a long conversation with the old leader Pep Guardiola after West Ham beat 1-0 at Baile on the same night.
In an amazing end of the 2011-12 season, the defenders were part of a two-time Amateur team who stopped two times in a stop-off time to go to the # hitting QPR 3-2 and won an English title for the first time since 1968.
Zabaleta, who won the opening goal in that game, recognizes the importance of the # 39; He can gain experience in winning competitions in the final stages of the season.
"There is a long way to go and it's important to have previously won its Premier League because its home has been in this situation," he said.
"The two times we won the league, we were behind the leaders at this time. Some of the players in the studio room are now acquainted with that and that will be important.
"They can talk to others, keep everyone who focuses on them and tell them what they did."
City runs four games in two weeks over three competitions when they go to Bournemouth on Saturday.
They are still on the course to go to # 39; The first English club to win the four competitions in one season, while traveling in Liverpool with a 10-game match left.