Liverpool may be a winless run on five-match but to turn the situation around, Jurgen Klopp retains faith in his players.
Although Jurgen Klopp continues to take a long-term view of the recent form of the reigning champions, he insists that Liverpool continues to have the potential to fight for the Premier League title.
The Reds boss made it clear before Thursday’s game at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium that he wants his team to be “really annoying” to play against as they look to rediscover a winning formula.
“I want it [the Manchester United game] to be the turning point, but the turning point with the result would be nice,” Klopp told the media. “There was a lot of good stuff but, of course, we conceded three goals. This is not what we want.”
“The general situation is a challenge – but a challenge is good. I’m not the person who sits here and thinks my life should be perfect and my team has to win all the football games.”
“If something is going wrong you have to work on it. That’s what we are doing.”
“If I say it’s the turning point and then against Tottenham, we don’t play like that, people say we have to start again. We can’t consistently start new, we started already a while ago.”