Liverpool coach, Jurgen Klopp has come out to say that his players are not thinking about next season yet.
Klopp recently said his team is still concentrating on the season even if there are no more trophies to fight for.
According to him, he is not giving much thought to the remaining six games as his mind is firmly on their next opponent, Aston Villa and the 3 points up for grabs.
He added that the desire was obvious against City and his players will surely make sure such a scoreline is avoided in future games.
His words, “City are not thinking about next season, we don’t think about next season, we think about this season,”
“City has a lot to go for, we have a lot to go for. We have six football games, we felt last night how difficult it is.
“The desire and the greed that we saw last night, that’s why we are where we are. We will not stop being like this but we have to be 100 per cent concentrated in all moments of the game and especially against City because they use all little moments of the game.
“That’s why I do not think about the next six games, only about Aston Villa. I cannot do it differently, I have not a big plan but we will have a plan for Aston Villa.”
“We never thought about it, how long the run is or whatever. We have to respect Aston Villa and respect their situation. We know their situation.
“Aston Villa has a lot of quality, they do well defending in a compact formation. That’s what I’m thinking about, not the records we can break. We have to break the formation of Aston Villa, that’s what we are concerned about.
“This season is a very special season, special for us in a positive way and special from a challenging point of view, not only that we had a three-month break in the middle of the season, as well we play now in the last three weeks six games.
“That’s really demanding for all of us. We have to really dig in in this situation, that’s what I like from the game last night as well. The attitude was brilliant, we were really fighting, the desire was there. We were in four moments not focused. We have to make sure we don’t have moments like this on Sunday.”