Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has stated that he intends to work with the squad at his disposal and is unlikely to splurge on new players in the January transfer window.
The German trainer took over from the demised Brendan Rodgers earlier this season and has had a positive impact on the Merseyside club since arriving.
With the trainer building an excellent reputation through his work at Borussia Dortmund, it is expected that Klopp can attract some star names to Anfield when the club see fit.
However, despite the pulling power of the manager, the German tactician has stated that he intends to work with the players he already has before trying to strengthen his group.
“If we need something we will do it and not talk about it before,” Klopp told The Daily Mail.
“In this moment, I don’t think about it. No-one should be in doubt that we are not prepared for any situation, we have 24 hours and are always at work.
“We always watch players on video but if we take them in winter, in summer or never, I don’t know at this moment. It’s much more important to work with people. If you trust them, they have to feel it – not just for two days but for a longer time.”
Liverpool slumped to a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Newcastle last weekend, which took a shine off a recent run of strong results.
The Merseyside outfit are back in action on Sunday against West Brom after qualifying for the next round of the Europa League in midweek.