Ahead of Liverpool’s FA Cup replay against Wolves, Jürgen Klopp was asked about his plans for his future at Liverpool.
His future at Anfield has come into question with the Reds sat in 9th and having just suffered back-to-back defeats.
However, the 55-year-old came out fighting in his press conference and suggested it is far from the end of the road.
Klopp: “We will see but that is for the future, like summer”
Klopp has promised Liverpool fans that he is planning to remain at Anfield next season.
The German coach is undergoing one of the toughest periods during his six-year tenure on Merseyside.
But he is keen to stay and try to turn around the club’s fortunes.
Klopp said: “As I am concerned, what I hear - unless someone tells me (different) - I will not go.
“So that means maybe there is a point where we have to change other stuff.
“We will see but that is for the future, like summer or whatever. Not now. I have space and time to think about it.
“We have to play better football now. We cannot play and say: “Ok, these are the problems but next season we don’t have them anymore”.
“That is a really long time. I cannot promise we will fly tomorrow but what I want to promise is that we really fight and everyone can see it.”
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