Jurgen Klopp has many critics these days after a demoralising afternoon when they got defeated by Tottenham.
The 4-1 defeat last weekend at Wembley made the Red boss probably consider on whether Dejan Lovren or Simon Mignolet be dropped from the next game as they made mistakes during their game with Huddersfield.
Asked if he would make changes this weekend.
“We will see.
“That’s our job and that’s the world out there. When we make a mistake we don’t wonder if anyone realised it.
“I would never let them down. Never would that happen. I hope they were smart enough not to read it.”
Klopp also discussed the criticism he is getting after just winning one in six Premier League matches.
“I am 50 and I am clear in my mind. I don’t read it,” he added.
“It makes no sense. Why should I read that someone says that I have no clue about football?
“It’s not right but on the other side it doesn’t help so why should I read it?
“For the boys, it would be good if they do the same. But on the other side, it’s not the biggest problem in the world.
“We made mistakes in that game. If people say: ‘You made mistakes!’ We knew already.
“It’s about reaction. If you don’t feel well, you have to change the situation. That’s what we have to do.”