‘We want to give them hell!’ – Reds boss issues warning to top four rivals

first_img1 Klopp on the touchline at White Hart Lane before the international break Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has promised to give their top-four rivals ‘hell’ this season.Ahead of the visit of last season’s Premier League champions Leicester, the German assured supporters the Reds would be willing to win at any cost to challenge for top honours this season.“We have to do more from our side,” Klopp said. “We want to go to the best teams in the world and give them hell in the moment we face them – in Manchester, in London, wherever I don’t care. This is football.“It depends on our attitude. If always the people with the best circumstances would win, this world would be an ugly place.Saturday evening’s clash will mark the opening of the new Main Stand at Anfield, which has seen the capacity increased to 54,000.Yet Klopp has urged his players to make sure they produce enough on the pitch before they can expect to be treated as a top team.“We are the only people that can change our circumstances, nobody else will do it for you,” the 49-year-old added.“You can say ‘But they have this, they have that’ – it is useless. We will work with what we have.“And now, looking at this (the new stand), it’s even better. On a day like this, we shouldn’t think someone has more than us, but only how much we have to use.”last_img