Klopp reacts to reports suggesting he is thinking of quitting Liverpool.

Updated: Feb 16

Klopp quitting Liverpool rumours are false.

Liverpool manager Klopp insists that he isn’t looking to leave Anfield despite the Reds’ drop in form in recent weeks. [Getty]

With the Reds in a poor run of form, doubts have been raised over whether or not they will finish in the top four of the table this season.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has quashed rumours suggesting that he is planning to resign from his position at Anfield.

Following Liverpool’s defeat to Leicester City on Saturday, there were rumours on social media claiming the German was set to quit the reigning Premier League champions.

However, the former Borussia Dortmund coach has responded by saying he is ready to fight on to turn Liverpool’s current woes around.

Speaking ahead of Tuesday's Champions League match against Bundesliga side RB Leipzig in Budapest Klopp said as the Mirror quoted: "Did I get the sack or did I leave by myself?" he joked. "I don't need a break.

"Privately, we had a tough time, that was a much longer time already and we always deal with it as a family 100%."

Liverpool supporters unveiled a banner supporting Klopp outside Anfield on Sunday, and the Reds manager said of the gesture: "I heard about both [the banner and the rumours].

"The banner was nice, I don't feel that I need special support in this moment but it's nice. I don't need a break.

"I am fully of energy, honestly. I see an interesting challenge. We will sort it by playing football, we will sort it together by fighting with all we have. That's the plan.

"Nobody has to worry about me.

"We do this for the people. I feel the responsibility so much when things don't go well."

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