Jurgen Klopp believes that Liverpool can "change" the course of the season

"I don't know what it will be but the obvious spots aren't too far away from us"

by Sead Dedovic
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Jurgen Klopp believes that Liverpool can "change" the course of the season

Liverpool has huge problems ahead of the season. Jurgen Klopp's team does not look like the team from previous seasons, and the question is whether they can secure playing in Europe next season. The German expert is still an optimist and thinks that a lot can change in the remaining 15 rounds.

"That's 45 points. That would be a good moment, a really good moment! That's what we want to do.
We have to force it, we have to play and enjoy what we are doing. I really think we are ready. If there's a club who can do it, I really think it's us.

Honestly.
We will strike back in general. But now we have to make sure we squeeze every single thing out of this season that we can.
I don't know what it will be but the obvious spots aren't too far away from us. We will see which one we can pick up.

But there are no alternatives to results: We need results and performances."- Klopp said, as quoted by eurosport.com

Jurgen Klopp and Wolves

Jurgen Klopp confirmed at yesterday's press conference that his team looks much better in training sessions than it was the case before.

The match against Wolves that will be played tonight can be a turning point for Liverpool. "We don't need to make it smaller than it is. I would love to give the season a little push this week and to get a result you need good performances.
Nothing I saw since the last game in training gave the impression that we don't have a chance [to do that].

The few sessions we had looked good.
I know we all understand, the players as well. We have to give it a proper go in this game tomorrow. It's against a team who we have played more often than any other team this season.
We know a lot about each other.

We know it won't be easy, but that's not the most surprising information. We have to make sure we are ready and I know Anfield will be, then we have to do our part."

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