"The club is not a problem, our owners are not a problem," said the
"It is creating the perspective that no-one wants to leave. That is all it is
X 16.1 sliver
fg "If there is a club that can pay double what we pay then I will
bring the player there because who am I to say 'No, no no, please don't think
about the family and the kids and the grandkids and their kids but I don't know
a lot of clubs in the world who are able to do this.
"First of all before we talk about money we have to create an atmosphere in
and around the club where no-one wants to leave.
soccer shoes "At this moment I am not worried about anything. The
players like to be here and it is our job to make sure it stays like this. My
opinion is that he feels really well here. We all hope and think that his future
is here at Liverpool.
"But everyone forgets when you think about Phil is he is still very young. He
is 24 so he is still young and has a long way to go and a lot of space for
improvement and development. He is now at an age where the skills, in a mixture
with his experience, gives you more consistency.
16 purecontrol red "With the team-mates he has around him it is
getting better and better. I am sure he has only started and that is all
legend white Another player whose long-term future continues to be
a subject for speculation is Daniel Sturridge. The 27-year-old is yet to score a
Premier League goal this season having lost his first-team place.
Sturridge scored in England's World Cup qualifying win over Scotland but that
is unlikely to get him back into his club side for Saturday's trip to
Klopp, however, insists he remains happy with the striker and the player
likewise with the club.
black "My opinion is very good about Daniel, it has never changed,
I saw the (England) game and he scored a wonderful goal," the Reds boss
"He is a wonderful football player so why should I change after 70-something
minutes in the first game and no minutes in the second game?
"It is very positive. When he came back he was happy to see us again, I could
see in his face, his attitude and the fun he had in training. He was really
happy to be and that's a good sign."
Asked whether Sturridge would be happier playing Klopp added: "I was a player
for a few years so yes, probably."