Jose Enrique thinks he is playing alongside the two most in-form centre-backs in the Barclays Premier League.
Liverpool have conceded just 23 goals in 25 league games this season, a tally which places them second in the defensive table behind Manchester City on 19.
The form of central pair Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel has even been good enough to keep vice-captain Jamie Carragher on the bench for the first sustained period in his career.
"I play with amazing players," the former Newcastle left-back told Liverpoolfc.tv. "For me, I wouldn't change our centre-backs for any centre-backs in the league. They are both playing amazingly.
"We have one of the best right-backs in the world, because Johnno [Glen Johnson] is really good, and one of the best 'keepers, and we have amazing players in front who help us to defend."
A 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford meant Pepe Reina fell to second in the clean sheet table as Joe Hart kept his scorecard blank at Aston Villa.
Enrique would love Reina to win a fourth Golden Glove award this season, but he insists positive results are what matter most.
"Clean sheets are really important because if you keep one, you have one point for sure," said the Spaniard. "But if we won each game 6-5, I wouldn't care. The most important thing is winning the games, but I'm really happy when we keep clean sheets.
"We are doing well. We defend and attack as one - we play together. I'm happy because as a team we're doing well - only Manchester City are ahead of us in clean sheets.
"We have to keep doing this and score more goals."