Liverpool have lost 3 consecutive matches and have not looked the same as the champion side that was scoring day in and day out in recent seasons. Klopp and his men are 6th on the English Premiership table with 40 points from 24 games.
Rumours have started circulating about a possible change in management if results do not improve. This resulted in Liverpool supporters making it clear that they are behind the German tactician all the way.
"Look, the last thing I want to do is to talk about private things in a press conference, but everybody knows, privately, we had a tough time - that was not only over three weeks, but it was also for a much longer time and we always deal with it as a family,” Klopp told Sky Sports.
He then appreciated the fans support but mentioned that he does not need any help.
"Did I get the sack, or did I leave by myself?" he asked of the nature of the reports, per Sky Sports. "I don't need a break. The banner [in support of Klopp outside Anfield] is nice but not necessary. I do not feel I need special support at the moment.
The situation [on the pitch] is a challenge. I see it as an interesting challenge," the two-time Best FIFA Men's Coach added. "We will solve this challenge by playing football and fighting with all we have. That is the plan we have.
A lot of people are obviously not happy with the results, I get that, and I am responsible for that, but we have still played some pretty good stuff. You [the media] can forget that, but we cannot because that is the start of change.
It is a massive challenge. I am ready, the boys are ready, and we will give absolutely everything to solve this. I'm very grateful for all the support, but nobody has to worry about me."
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