Liverpool boss outlines Anfield intentions ahead of debut

Jurgen Klopp has outlined the way he sees his Liverpool side playing ahead his first game in charge against Tottenham on Saturday, as reported by MirrorFootball.

The German manager replaced Brendan Rodgers last week and after enjoying his first week with his new players, took part in his first pre-match press conference on Friday morning.

And Klopp revealed how successful his first training sessions have been and how he wants his players to play under him.

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He said: “We’ve had three excellent training sessions.

“The boys are willing to listen. It’s not the time to change many things. It’s time to just turn the screws a little bit in the right ways.

“I know how I want to play. At the end it is only football. Now we have to open our chests, run and fight and shoot.”

“We have to restart. I only think about what we have to do to be stable in a game.

“All these guys can play their best football. That is why they are here. We have to play like our best dream.”

Klopp also delivered an injury update following the news young defender Joe Gomez had been ruled out for the rest of the campaign with an ACL injury.

“What a wonderful young boy Gomez is,” Klopp said.

“He has done his ACL. Now we have to wait. He will have surgery. This is his home.”

But he did have some positive injury news about big money summer signings Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino.

“Benteke and Firmino are back on the pitch but not training with the team.

“I hope they will be back with the team next week.”