Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has refuted claims that his team is still living in the past glory.
The Reds have struggled this season with their latest dent coming in their Sunday defeat at Manchester United in the FA Cup and in his post-match interview, the German said they were not looking backward as claimed by a section of the media.
"There's no doubt about my trust. But trust doesn't mean we are not critical of ourselves, it's not that I say, 'You did everything right in the last few years so now I don't care if you made some mistakes.' That's not like this. We are really in the situation 100 percent. But you don't have to worry about us, as a group we are really together.
"We know it. If I have a problem, we have a problem. If one player has a problem, we have a problem. That's all our problem at the moment so we have to sort it together and that's what we will do. Nobody thinks about the very good things that happened in the last few years – nobody. We are just in this moment and try to win football games again. That's all,” Klopp said.
Liverpool who is currently placed fourth on the table has a tricky fixture coming up Tottenham, West Ham, Brighton, Man City, and Leicester City coming up in their next five fixtures.