Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp, has fingered Steve Naismith as a major threat, in their upcoming clash against Norwich.
Klopp, who watched Naismith when Scotland played Germany in the Euro 2016 qualifiers was quite impressed with the forward and insists he must be stopped.
“Steven Naismith is a really good player,” he said. “I saw him live for Scotland and was really impressed. He’s a danger.”
Klopp is also familiar with another of Norwich’s January signings, Timm Klose, who joined the club from Wolfsburg.
“They have had some problems in defence, less in offence,” he said. “They are creative and quick, but they conceded easy goals. Now they have Klose who’s a good player, I know him.
“We are the first team who have to play [against] their new team.