Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has said that he is looking for a solution to his side’s lack of goal-threat.
Klopp has seen his side boss games in terms of possession but fail to turn that dominance into goals.
The absence of Daniel Sturridge hasn’t helped, but the Reds still have plenty of capable attacking talent in the squad.
And Klopp is looking for them to get more strikes notched up in the coming games to help mount a challenge for a top four spot.
“It’s always like this if you don’t have enough goals – you have to talk and think about how we can bring the other players into position to score goals.” he said.
“We have such quality at headers that we could use this at set-plays, but we haven’t often enough.
“We have our moments when we are shooting and we have a little bit of bad luck; for example the situations once or twice with Adam (Lallana) where he was a little bit unlucky when he went really close and could have scored a goal.
“But we are working on it. Always when it comes to scoring goals, you have to be in situations more often – you cannot say wait for the one chance and you will score it because it is not like this. You always have to be in the positions.
“That’s what we are trying to do. We know about this, it’s the truth, and to be more dangerous from more positions is a big target for us.” he finished.
Liverpool travel to Sunderland to face the Premier League strugglers on Wednesday evening.
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