Jurgen Klopp has insisted his Liverpool side must be “more consistent” ahead of tomorrow night’s trip to Swansea City.
The Reds travel to the Liberty Stadium on the back of a phenomenal 4-3 victory over Manchester City and having not lost in 18 games in all competitions, however Klopp still believes his side need to improve their consistency if they are to really challenge for the Premier League.
“If nobody told me how often we didn’t lose, I’d have no idea about it. That’s all the past and I’m not really interested,” he said.
“You can look back on a season after the season, not during. It’s not important. We feel in a good moment.
“I see the boys training every day and it looks good, that’s the truth, that’s why we can play like we played so far. But we have to do it again.
“As a Liverpool player you cannot perform one week and then two weeks not – we need to deliver consistently, every day and each game.”
It will also be Liverpool’s longest unbeaten run for more than 21 years if they avoid defeat at the Liberty Stadium, however it will be no easy feat. In the previous four games between the pair, Swansea have come out on top twice in 3-1 and 2-3 victories, and Klopp is more than aware of the threat the Swans pose despite being bottom of the Premier League.
“It’s only the next game and I can’t imagine any easy games in the Premier League and Swansea is for sure not an easy game.”