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Klopp keen for Liverpool to be outstanding.

Updated: Oct 10, 2022

Liverpool are now unbeaten in three games, but Jurgen Klopp concedes that there is still a lot of catching up to do.

Manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool are not yet at their best form, but are working hard to gain "consistency."

The Reds have been below par so far and following a mixed start to the 2022-23 Premier League campaign, they currently sit in 10th spot, 13 points behind champions Manchester City, who have played two games more.

Speaking ahead of Liverpool’s clash against Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday, the German boss said: "We are still a work in progress to find a way back. So you cannot say we're back. We need consistency.

"I’m not interested in this short-term diagnosis. We have to be good until we are outstanding.

"I know Arsenal, Rangers away and then Manchester City - what can I say? Yes, we are through the tunnel and I can see the light. I am very positive, I am very optimistic. These players are outstanding still, but we have to perform.

"For us, it's more important we become unpredictable again so we need different systems for that. We have to choose which one is the best for us against the next opponent. We have to be more unpredictable."

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