Klopp wants 'pool to get angry
Liverpool boss has call to make on goalkeepers
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp wants his players to be "angry" and guard against complacency when they entertain promoted Hull City tomorrow.
The five-times European champions are sixth in the Premier League, having beaten Arsenal, Chelsea and champions Leicester City and drawn with Tottenham Hotspur.
Liverpool's only defeat this season has come against one of the smaller clubs, promoted Burnley.
"We need to be angry against Hull," Klopp said. "They want our points.
"I would love to see everybody go with the right expectations to these games. Why should it be easier?".
There is a perception that some of the smaller teams adopt a defensive approach against the bigger clubs by 'parking the bus', as Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho once described it.
"We have to think about why people think we have problems against bus parking," Klopp said.
"I can guarantee it's not about the attitude of the players. We didn't care about the opponent before we played Arsenal, Chelsea or Tottenham, it's not about the name in our preparations."
Liverpool have lost striker Luis Suarez and winger Raheem Sterling in big-money transfers to Barcelona and Manchester City in recent years and Klopp does not want his side to be termed "a selling club".
"The summer was quite busy for us and I don't want to have those busy transfer windows ... success is about having consistency. Big teams don't change a lot, there is no need to be a selling club," the German said.
"We don't need money but it's about finding the right squad. I'm not that busy usually but it was the situation. We needed to do a few things. If everything is going well then we don't have to buy another six players next year. Let's try to bring more consistency," added Klopp.
Liverpool welcome back midfielders Adam Lallana and Georginio Wijnaldum who were left out of Tuesday's 3-0 League Cup victory over Derby County as a precautionary measure.
Klopp is also optimistic that striker Daniel Sturridge will be available against Hull, who are 12th in the table, after injury.
Klopp, meanwhile, remains undecided about whom his goalkeeper will be tomorrow with summer signing Loris Karius finally in a position to challenge Simon Mignolet.
The £4.7million arrival from Mainz played in pre-season until he broke his hand and was sidelined for the start of the Premier League campaign, allowing Mignolet to retain his place.
However, after making the bench for the past two league matches he made his competitive debut against Derby.
Klopp will not have learned much about the German, whose starting position is the style of a sweeper keeper patrolling territory outside his penalty area, during the course of that 3-0 victory as he had little to do apart from one charge out of his area to deny Darren Bent and coming for two crosses and claiming only one.
Mignolet has had a relatively untroubled existence from a competition point of view in three years at Anfield but his performances have not quite matched that, leaving his position open to being challenged.
"It is not the place to announce line-ups but of course we have to think about it but in a positive way," said Klopp.
"I was never a goalkeeper - my father was so I am a little bit experienced with goalkeepers - but it is obviously a little bit different to an outfield player as no-one asks whether he can start this day and another player can start the next."