Philippe Coutinho has insisted that the players are fully behind Jurgen Klopp despite the team’s alarming dip in form this month.
Liverpool have only beaten League Two side Plymouth Argyle in eight outings since the start of the year.
Liveerpool have lost three consecutive home games seeing them slip 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea in addition to crashing out of both cup competitions.
However, Coutinho, who recently signed a new long-term contract at Anfield, insists that the players retain full confidence that they will win silverware under Klopp.
“I signed a new contract and there was a message – I am happy to sign. I would like to say it is not about one week, no matter how bad that is, it is about the future with this squad,” he told reporters.
“Of course we believe we can win titles under this manager – we are confident that will happen. I have signed because the manager is a winner and everyone believes in him. I believe in what he does, and everyone inside the dressing room believes he will take this team to titles – that is why I signed a new contract and that is what we want to do.”
Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield on Tuesday looking to avoid falling to a fourth straight home defeat – something that has not happened since 1923 and has only occurred once in the club’s history.