Jurgen Klopp: There's still two games to go
It wouldn't be a Jurgen Klopp press conference if there weren't some words to galvanise his fans and the players ahead of what will be a tough match against Newcastle on Saturday.
The Reds have two games remaining and simply must win both to stand any chance of winning the Premier League, hoping Manchester City slip up in one of their last couple.
Highly unlikely, of course, but Jurgen Klopp is backing his players in the final stretch to deliver. The rest is simply up to destiny, or fate.
Speaking in his press conference this morning, he said: "Whatever happens, it’s already been a special season. I don’t think about it, it’s because you constantly ask me about it!
"You don’t know about our difficulties because we don’t speak about it. But our boys deliver and deliver and deliver.
"Still two games to go. We’ll get through them then look back and see."
But whilst everybody is busy worrying about what happens at Man City on Monday night, Klopp wanted nothing to do with that. Instead focusing on what his own players must do on Saturday at St. James Park.
He said: "Our problem is not what teams are doing on Monday night. Our problem is finding a way to beat Newcastle. We respect them so much.
"We want to go there and play the game."