The midfielder's claims for an England recall were pushed by the Italian manager, who said after Sunday's game he expected the Liverpool-born player to become "very important for the England national team".
"If you want to see fresher (players), give them a summer break", he said.
Their fixtures so far have include a victory over Tottenham and draws to City and Chelsea, but the 27-year-old believes that the Reds' performances against teams lower down in the division will be the deciding factor of the destination of the Premier League title. "We've got an identity now, we went to a World Cup and got to the semi-finals and we are going in the right direction".
"In terms of Arsenal's form, they beat Fulham at the weekend and previous to that they were lucky against Watford and Everton, while only beating Newcastle and Cardiff by the odd goal".
'Against Portugal I nearly had to play as right-back. They were a completely different standard to Southampton.
"If anything happened to Hazard they'd be in trouble".
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"I still think Manchester City".
While Van Dijk said it showed how much of a threat the Reds posed to the defending champions, he felt greater consistency over the course of the season would be the key to a title challenge.
That's why I say, going away is not a big problem, but now you call a manager of any country and ask him to leave out one or two players and he says: 'I am under pressure as well, ' because now it's Nations Cup.
They are preparing for a behind-closed-doors UEFA Nations League clash with Croatia on Friday.
"We made it hard for them and they made it hard for us at times but that's how it is".
Pep Guardiola's side played some of the most dominating football in Europe last season and nearly everyone feels the Citizens will be able to replicate that this year too.
"I don't think they will win it by 19 points again like last season but I'd expect Man City to win it by a handful of points".