Jurgen Klopp backs 'still adjusting' Naby Keita to show more at Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp backs 'still adjusting' Naby Keita to show more at Liverpool

He did brilliantly so far, like all of the boys who don't play constantly, they keep the level really high in training, unbelievable high quality.

We can talk about all the players then Wolves know my complete line-up! Liverpool have a team that can defend much better. In the back of our minds, we knew we would lose a game eventually because football is like that.

He added: "There is really no doubt about the boy, he is an outstanding player".

Jurgen Klopp said Naby Keita is still adjusting to life at Liverpool and vowed that there is much more to come from the midfielder.

The Liverpool manager is considering whether to name highly-rated 16-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever in his squad, with sources also telling ESPN FC that academy defender Conor Masterson trained at Melwood on Friday.

Another of those is Adam Lallana, who has also had his struggles with injuries.

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After all, it was 242 days since Liverpool last lost a Premier League game in a 1-0 defeat at Chelsea in May. It's really, really good and it's like always in life, if you learn from your experiences... you can not learn too much from being injured and stuff like that, but how is your mood?

In fact, some even suggest there could be a debut for a player who only turns 17 later this month.

I am a big advocate of the FA Cup: it's a wonderful competition and its romance still holds a dear space in my heart.

Now that Liverpool are four points clear at the top of the Premier League with 17 games remaining, there's real sense that this could be their year. If you are in or out or whatever, do you want to change something and do more? Get out. These players can go down in history.

A source said: "The players take the plaudits and rightly so, but they are all very aware that an bad lot of people are involved in making sure they are able to play their best game possible". But now, everything is fine.

The concluding FA Cup third-round fixture takes place at Molineux on Monday night as Wolverhampton Wanderers play host to Liverpool.

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