Jurgen Klopp expressed little in the way of concern over the state of Liverpool’s dressing room after suffering a damaging draw with Tottenham in the Premier League.
In comments relayed by Paul Gorst on Twitter, the German noted he would encourage a spirit of positivity amongst his squad but would otherwise leave his players to their own devices.
Klopp: "The dressing room looks after itself but I will tell them anyway [to be positive]."
— Paul Gorst (@ptgorst) May 9, 2022
The Reds are set to next take on Aston Villa in what is being billed as a must-win fixture for the side with three points now separating them from league leaders Manchester City.
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With our quadruple hopes now hanging by the thinnest of threads, it’s remarkable how the mood has shifted in some quarters within and beyond the fanbase.
Though it would be a massive shame to see a slice of history escape our near grasp, to have not dropped points against an English top-flight outfit beyond Manchester City (10th April) since our 2-2 draw with Chelsea at the start of January is a tremendous feat.
Poor results earlier in the campaign will no doubt be pointed to should we be denied a 20th league title at the end of the season, though few can fault our efforts in the second-half.
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