Jurgen Klopp is aware of the level of expectation on his Liverpool side following their brilliant start to the Premier League campaign. The Reds thrashed West Ham 4-0 as Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Daniel Sturridge found the net at Anfield on Sunday. And speaking ahead of their Monday night clash against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, Klopp said as Sky Sports reported: "We need to make sure we are ready for them [Crystal Palace] after all the positive stories in the week. "That brings a big challenge because people still aren't used to good football from us so when we are good they say, 'you're unbelievably good' but we haven't gotten anything for it so far. So, we need to stay positive but we also have to learn to stay angry. "But it's nice, it could be completely different. We have said that we are in a good moment but we are still in a process. "We have to develop. We are not the best team in the world so we have the space to improve in all the different departments and that is what we try to do. "That is very important because we are not alone, our supporters like the way we do it and that is very important. We feel it is a healthy situation at the moment."