Liverpool legend says Klopp doesn't need to win silverware this season

Annette Crawford
September 14, 2018

After that, they play the likes of Napoli, Chelsea twice, PSG and Manchester City within a span of 20-21 days.

"So far this season it has been win, win, win - which is brilliant", he said.

"So playing in the Premier League can be hard, but I am very motivated to play here, not just for myself and my teammates, but for the club".

Keita, who has a lot of added pressure on him as he is the most expensive midfielder ever signed by the club, says his attitude has always been to push to improve no matter the plaudits he receives for his performances.

If Manchester United can do that on Saturday, I can see them winning the game.

At least a small portion of how those names from the 08/09 team resonate comes from the fact that we can view their careers in totality, and they have established status beyond that season.

I have no doubt that Salah is here to stay as one of the great offensive forces in the league, but a repeat of last season is simply too much to ask.

"Hopefully this is our year because I've waited long enough". They have won all 4 of their opening Premier League fixtures.

Evans is confident his old club now have the strength in depth that is required at the top level. Liverpool are one of the biggest teams in the world.

He said: "It's competition for places".

Of course, you accept it because that's modern football, you just need to try and focus on the game but these games can often be slow starting and low on quality, because the players aren't fully rested and concentrated. And at this point we'd have to say so far, so good.

After putting in their best start to a league campaign in Premier League history, winning four from four before the worldwide break, Jurgen Klopp's side have done as much as possible toward that aim already this term.

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