Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed that he will not likely be adding any more players into his squad during the upcoming January window, Daily Star reports.
The newly appointment manager currently registered his first Premier League win after beating Chelsea 3-1 at Stamford Bridge this past weekend.
It was earlier believed that Klopp was ready to make a host of changes to his squad during the winter window, but has now come out to admit that he will work with the current crop of players at his disposal.
“I can’t believe that England is so impatient! It is much more difficult. I have been here three weeks,” he said.
“Everyone tells me ‘you want to buy this player, this player, this player’.
“But development is to work with the players you have. It’s like if you have a problem with your wife, you don’t want to change every day!”
“That is the thing, you just work and work and get better. You don’t think about the summer of 2016. I don’t know what will be there.”
The Reds were linked with a host of players from Borussia Dortmund amid speculation that Klopp was ready to raid his former side following his appointment at Anfield.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Marco Reus, and Mats Hummels are some of the names being linked with a sensational move to England in recent weeks.
The club are currently sitting eighth in the domestic league, eight points away from Manchester City in first place, with the German manager yet to lose a game since his arrival.