Jurgen Klopp has admitted he doesn’t know when Liverpool’s trophy drought will end but he is “sure” he can guide the club to glory. Liverpool’s last piece of silverware came over six years ago when they won the League Cup at Wembley and Klopp has yet to lift a trophy in his three years in charge.
The German has come close to winning things at Anfield, only to suffer final heartache in the League Cup and Europa League finals in 2016 and then in the Champions League final in May when his side were beaten 3-1 by Real Madrid in Kiev.
Klopp is under pressure to deliver a trophy and Liverpool have made a good start to the season as they sit level on points with Manchester City and Chelsea at the top of the Premier League table.
Klopp said: “We still have time to do something special and we know that to underline the development and progress, we have to do it.
“The only thing I can do is to put all I have – my knowledge, passion, heart, experience, everything – I throw it into this club, 100 per cent.
“I don’t keep anything back and it should work actually at one point. You have to bring yourself in the best situation that you are able to and use it – that’s what we do. “When we win something, this city will explode – I’m sure – in a very positive way.”
Klopp added in an interview with Premier League productions: “I have said it a few times: I have no idea when we will win something, but I’m sure this club will win something.
“I don’t know when so let’s have the best times of our lives until then. Let’s enjoy the world, let’s enjoy the football, let’s enjoy the journey and it’s what we did so far – it was a good time.”