Liverpool manager, Jurgen Koop is confident that he will not be sacked by the owners of the club because they trust him to fix the issues causing their poor performance and result.

The Kopites have now lost two games, drawn three and won only three games since the start of this new season, with one of the wins being the English Community Shield against Manchester City.

Klopp and his boys lost to Napoli 4-1 in Naples yesterday with their only consolation goal scored by Luis Diaz on Wednesday night.

His fellow German manager has been relieved of his duties as head coach of Chelsea Football Club following a similar poor run of result for a team of such high standards and most recently the Champions League loss to Dinamo Zagreb in Zagreb, Czech Republic.

However, Juergen Klopp is confident that his job is not at risk, stating that Liverpool’s owners are understanding and trust him to deliver.

“Not really, but who knows?” Klopp said, reacting to a question about his future at Anfield.

“The difference is we have different kinds of owners. Ours are more calm and expect me to sort it and not think that someone else will. 

“That’s how they see it. The day they change their thoughts they might tell me.”

Liverpool owner have stood the test of time with Jurgen Klopp when the team performed averagely for some matches in the 2020/2021 season and are expected to walk in the same path this time.

Klopp’s thought on the match

“It was really tough to take but I would say not that difficult to explain,” Klopp told BT Sport.

“Firstly, Napoli played really well and we didn’t. That is the first explanation for the defeat. The two penalties we concede, they were both a little unlucky.

“The next two goals we concede are handed to them on a plate. That is not cool and we should have defended better in the first place and, of course, in the last moment as well.

“We were not compact defensively or offensively. With Alisson in goal you have to be really bad to concede three goals [in the first half]. You could see it on the pitch. We were not working as a team. That is why we lose games.”

Preparation for next game

Klopp’s Liverpool have now only won two out of their seven matches in all competitions this season and the German believes his team needs to be better in “pretty much everything”.

Liverpool’s next match will make them travel to face a compact Wolverhampton side. Klopp believes Bruno Lage will be “laughing” ahead of the match.

“We need to reinvent ourselves,” the Reds boss added.

“There are a lot of things lacking, not in all games but the fun thing is we have to do it in the middle of the Premier League season and a Champions League campaign. We need a set-up to be better in pretty much everything.”

“We have to play in three days against Wolves. If Wolves saw that game tonight they would not stop laughing and would say it is the perfect moment.”