Jurgen Klopp has said he is satisfied with the availability of players in his squad, and he has no plans to buy new players in the January winter transfer window as he has planned to give the Liverpool squad longer time to prove them selves.
However, Jurgen Klopp hinted Liverpool are ready if the situation changes and need to sign new players in winter arise, but he insisted it is not a priority.
“It’s much more important to work with people and if you trust them they have to feel it – and not just for two days but for a longer time,” the German manager said. “That’s not how the world should run. If we have problems it’s not with quality, it’s maybe with concentration or other things.
“But we don’t know if players we get will do it better. I’d give the advice to stay cool and see what happens.
“If we need something we will do it, not talk about it before. In this moment I don’t think about it. No one should be in doubt that we are prepared for any situation. We have 24 hours always at work. We always watch players on video but if we take them in winter, in summer or never I don’t know at this moment.”
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge has been in and out of injuries and his latest injury has kept them short of a goal scoring striker, but Jurgen Klopp believes Roberto Firmino, Christian Benteke and Divock Origi can replace him upfront.
Klopp also believes he has covered other loop holes in the squad, however, some players he admires may not be available until 2016 summer transfer window -Players like Schalke’s Leroy Sane and Marko Grujic of Red Star Belgrade
“We know all the players in world football,” Klopp said. “Some fit us, some don’t. The challenge for us over the next month and years is to rotate but not to lose quality. You need 20-22 high quality players who are ready for it.”