Jurgen Klopp speaks out on his Liverpool future amid fears he could go as horror slump hits new low with 3-0 Wolves loss

BOSSING IT UNDER-FIRE Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has spoken out on his future at Anfield as his team’s horror slump hit a new low with a 3-0 loss to Wolves.

The Reds were easily beaten at Molineux on Saturday.

Jurgen Klopp has given spoken out on his future at Liverpool
An own-goal by Joel Matip handed the home side an early lead.

January transfer Craig Dawson then doubled Wolves lead, powering a shot home on his debut.

And Ruben Neves then wrapped the game up in the second half, finishing well past Alisson to help move Wolves a few points away from the relegation zone.

Liverpool are in a rough patch, with Klopp’s men are sat 10th in the Premier League after 20 games played, collecting just 29 points.

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The Reds are yet to win a league game in 2023, losing three and drawing one.

The last win came against Leicester on December 28.

But despite Liverpool’s woes, Klopp is confident he can turn the Reds’ fortunes around.

When asked after the defeat if he has confidence in his own ability to improve Liverpool’s situation, Klopp replied: “Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely.”

Asked on HOW he turns Liverpool’s season around, Klopp said: “Not in press conferences. That doesn’t help, obviously.

“You know my job, I know my job, my job is not to explain here how I can build up my team.

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“I will be judged by that from you and that’s fine.

“Let me say it like this, for today, it was not good enough, what I did.”

The German has also said that the loss to Wolves was one of the worst performances he has seen “for a while”.

Klopp said: “We had that subject [starting games slowly] through the first part of the season and now not so much anymore, but today it was, if you want, the pinnacle of our problems because in a game like this it is absolutely not allowed.

“You can criticise, you can judge us, you can say whatever want and you are probably right – I have nothing to say against that because these 12 minutes are not allowed.

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“Coming here with all the things we did in the last few days – and during the whole season so far – with what we want, then you arrive here and this is the outcome, that’s really hard to take, I have to say.

“We had other games with conceding early goals, we had that since the last season so it was now not that much anymore, but we didn’t win games so then it’s pretty likely when you lose games that you concede the first one.

“Again, these 12 minutes we were the worst for a while.”