Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp was not satisfied after their 0-0 Europa League away draw against Ausburg on Thursday, according to reports from the Mirror.
The Reds had a rather strong team that started the game in Germany, with the likes of Daniel Sturridge and Philippe Coutinho named in the first eleven.
However, Klopp’s men were unable to break down the Bundesliga club, yet they have a slight advantage going into the second leg at Anfield despite their lack of an away goal.
But the Liverpool manager was unsatisfied with his team’s performance, believing that his side did not showcase their capabilities and should have done better.
“We should be realistic about the result, that’s OK in a European away game,” he said.
“We could have scored goals but as a performance I am not satisfied.
“We fight for consistency and played like this in the game, but we always let them come back in the game and that’s not necessary. I’m not 100% happy about this game.
“My problem is that, with our quality, we should have had more. I have to be patient, but I’m not a patient man, not really. My feeling is we could have done better.”
With the Reds out of the FA Cup, the team will have a one week rest until the second leg, which will be played only three days before their Capital One Cup final clash against Manchester City next weekend.
Liverpool currently lie eight on the Premier League table, nine points off fourth place.