The Reds can bounce back against Manchester United, says Liverpool striker Danny Ings.

Brendan Rodgers' side were beaten 3-0 by West Ham at Anfield and Liverpool's summer signing Danny Ings says a win over arch rivals Manchester United is the best way to get over the defeat to the Hammers.

Slaven Bilic's men shocked the Reds as they scored three goals and kept a clean sheet on Merseyside.

Brendan Rodgers and his players travel to Old Trafford this coming weekend and former Burnley striker Ings says they are keen on securing three points over Louis van Gaal's side.

“I think any game after a loss like that all the lads will be chomping at the bit to play and put things right, and with the quality we’ve got at this club, I’m sure we can do that,” he said, as the Daily Mirror quoted.

“A lot of the other teams at the top end lost last weekend as well but it’s a huge learning curve for us moving forward to make sure we don’t step our foot off the gas.

“At the start of a new season, teams come in fresh and hungry after pre-season and there are sometimes an upset in results. We were part of that unfortunately against West Ham, but we are moving forward and the confidence is still high in the camp.

“A few of the lads are away during the internationals now but I’m sure when they come back they will be hungry.”

He added: “We need to match them up physically, mentally and tactically which I’m sure we will do and I know we’ve got enough quality to win the game. I think everybody knows about the rivalry that is there.

“It’s two clubs with such history and it can be a fierce game, but as players these are games you look forward to the most and be a part of because it does go down in history.

“Everybody here will show pride and I’m sure we will go out there and put on real performance for the fans and the club.”

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