Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said he did not pay much attention to the clamor surrounding the England team’s decline, but expressed a feeling of “concern”.
However, the German coach expected the Reds to win more matches to come.
The Premier League champions are ten points behind Manchester City, the current leaders. Liverpool is fourth in the race for the title this season.
Liverpool lost the last two games, but they will beat Leicester City if they can beat them in the match that brings them together on Saturday.
“We have 15 games and a lot of points,” Klopp said. “It’s not about where the others are and where they will be. It’s about us.”
Despite winning the Premier League title last year, Liverpool’s chances of points have diminished this season since the tournament was launched behind closed doors last June.
The team suffered serious injuries among its players, including Virgil van Dyck, Joe Gomez and Joel Matip.
Portuguese striker Diogo Jota has not played since December 9 due to injury. He had scored nine goals in 17 matches after moving from Wolverhampton for 41 million pounds.
“We know that we have to be successful in the future, and that is what we will try to do,” Klopp said.
He added, “I did not turn to the clamor about the results to be frank. Whatever you wrote, I did not read. But I know what the situation is and talk about the results.”
He continued, saying, “I expect to win more matches than we have,” this is my concern.
“We will try our best to create the best season from now on. We will do it. This is our mission,” he said.
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