Jurgen Klopp has taken full and total responsibility for Liverpool’s title slump that has seen them claim one victory in 10 matches in all competitions.
The Reds crashed put of the League Cup and the FA Cup and are now 13 points behind Chelsea on the table after losing 2-0 to Hull City. Klopp believes in Liverpool’s ability to get back on track and accepts the blame for their dismal recent performances.
“You cannot believe how many questions I ask myself, even when we win 5-0 or 6-0. That’s not a problem. I don’t think I’m perfect. Things like this don’t change that,” the German told UK newspapers.
“I feel 100 per cent responsible for defeats, much more than I feel for wins. It has been like this my whole life. That doesn’t mean it’s for me not suffering or to be sorry for yourself, to have self-pity. I’m not like this.
“When I get up I will only be solution-orientated. There are solutions, 100 per cent. Now we have to change it – that’s a football thing.
“Even though at this moment it feels really bad, it’s not the biggest problem in the world. Many teams have already made mistakes and changed things. For this you have to do the right things and I’m quite confident we can do the right things.”