10th February 2017
Jürgen Klopp insists his analysis of Liverpool’s performances is as exhaustive during a good run of form as it is has been throughout their recent rut.
But, while the German admits it’s more enjoyable to pick the bones out of a convincing victory than a disappointing defeat, he believes solving problems such as those which have arisen of late is the ‘most interesting part’ of his job.
The Reds go into Saturday’s meeting with Tottenham Hotspur having won just one of their last 10 games, and with last week’s 2-0 defeat to struggling Hull City still fresh in the mind.
As ever, though, Klopp and his team have scrutinised the efforts of the players who featured at the KCOM Stadium, and hope to use that information to make improvements against Spurs.
“We make an analysis after each situation,” he told reporters at Melwood.
“After a 5-0 win, it’s easier, more fun. It’s much more difficult to watch the first half of the Hull game, but it’s a job to do.
“[During a bad run] I don’t question everything or overthink everything. I can explain a few individual performances at Hull in the first half.