German tactician Jurgen Klopp has insisted that the club’s management backs him to succeed at the club despite his current poor form.
Klopp believes he is the man to guide The Reds out of their current crisis where they are struggling to make the top four after winning the title last season.
"From a football point of view, we try to adapt and obviously we don't adapt quick enough, otherwise we would have better results. And that is the criticism we face. We cannot do other than our best.
"And if there is somebody who thinks there is another one [manager] who can do better, then they have to make the decision. That's clear. I don't think that's the case. Not that nobody can do it better but that I don't think any of the deciders [the board] have that opinion-at least nobody told me. But it's not that you can change everything," Klopp said.
Defeat to Chelsea in midweek means that Klopp has lost five successive games at Anfield having been unbeaten there for almost four years.