Emre Can has insisted the top four is still what Liverpool is aiming for.
With the 3-0 loss to Watford, making Liverpool winners in just three games in nine games of Klopp being in charge.
Despite being ninth on the log, Can is positive of finishing the season in the top four.
“Of course, it is our goal to play in the Champions League next season,” he told Kicker. “The season is still long and a lot of things can happen.
“We lack a bit of consistency but take that West Brom match [a 2-2 draw] – we were clearly the better side but like so many times before were not able to make use of our chances.
“We have to be more clinical, and that will add up to more points. We have shown really good football every now and then during the past two months. It is not that nice to play against us.”
Liverpool face a huge test when they welcome Premier League leaders Leicester City to Anfield on December 26.