Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp believes few managers could make the impact at Anfield that he has made in two years – but still reckons more could have been achieved since taking over.
‘We had to improve the situation we were in,’ Klopp said of his arrival two years ago at a press conference before Saturday’s match against Manchester United. ‘If they sack me now, I don’t think there are a lot of managers who could do a job better than I do.
‘I don’t think I’m perfect but it’s difficult to find better options. I still think as long as 98 per cent of all Liverpudlians think we are on the right way, we will succeed. It is a great job, a difficult job, yes, but a wonderful time and I have enjoyed each second.