Jurgen Klopp wants Liverpool to play football people will 'remember'

The Reds are now fourth in the Premier League table after claiming 13 points from the first six games in a run that has seen Klopp mastermind victory over title rivals Arsenal, Chelsea and Leicester City.

Houllier, the Frenchman, who was at Liverpool during 1998 to 2004 as a manager, thinks that Liverpool are good enough to lift the title for the first time since 1990.

The former Hoffenheim attacker helped the Reds to a third consecutive Premier League win at the weekend when they trounced Hull City 5-1 at Anfield. "I knew that it would be an honour to play against these players and hopefully it will help make me become a better player".

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes Adam Lallana's fine early season form is the outcome of the midfielder's own hard work.

"I have not done something like this in my life", he said, referring to his lack of appetite for betting.

Despite qualifying for two cup finals during his first season in charge, Klopp could only inspire Liverpool to an eighth place finish in the league.

Klopp will undoubtedly be one of the most high-profile guests to grace Monday Night Football, with current Premier League managers rarely seen on television as one-off pundits.

"It's different. I can say it is nothing compared to the Yellow Wall because 27,000 people are standing there, which is quite impressive", Klopp is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.

"If you don't perform the shirt will be taken off you and someone will else get the chance and you don't know how long they will have that shirt", the 30-year-old told LFC TV. We have had good results to start the season.

"We have a lot of things to improve and one of the things is if you are brilliant, you need to be brilliant for 95 minutes".

Speaking on Game On on RTE 2FM, the former Republic of Ireland global was bullish about Liverpool's chances of of ending their long wait for a league title.

"It's not the worst table we've had, maybe it's the best since I've been here?"

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