Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side need to be "angry" against Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday.
The Merseysiders have had a good start to the campaign following impressive away wins over Arsenal and Chelsea. However, Klopp is keen on his team maintaining their recent form when they take on Mike Phelan's Tigers at Anfield this weekend as the German hopes to avoid a repeat of the disappointing 2-0 loss at newly-promoted Burnley earlier in the campaign.
"Yes we need to be angry against Hull. They want our points. We have to think about why people think we have problems against bus parking," he said, skysports.com reported.
"But I saw not a lot of space against Chelsea. I cannot remember a lot of space against Tottenham - they were with 10 men behind the ball when we had the ball. We are all involved in defending so that's how it is. We have to find solutions.
"I would love to see everybody go with the right expectations to these games. Why should it be easier?
"Why should a team who people think is weaker than us not have the opportunity to win? I can guarantee it's not about the attitude of the players.
"Hull are ready for the Premier League. They have a very experienced coach and a squad with a great attitude."