Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says the club must keep improving year on year as he targets silverware for the Reds. Klopp has taken the side forward in every campaign and this season they have a Champions League semi-final to look forward to against Barcelona, while they are in the thick of battle with Manchester City for the title.
Until they actually win something though Klopp knows Liverpool have not yet reached their final destination of development and says they must keep improving to do so. “A lot of people reminded me that when I first came here I signed a three-year contract and I said in four years if we’re sat here we probably would have won something.
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It didn’t happen yet,” he told the club’s website. “Both sides – the club and myself – have a wonderful commitment that we really try everything to make the club as successful as possible. How long it will take, I have no clue. The position we are now in I am really happy with.
“Not that it is the final position where we want to be, but the awareness from outside of the club, where we are, second time in the Champions League semi-final – that is really special. “It’s a good moment but it’s not where we want to be at the end. We have a lot to improve. Our problem is the other teams do not sleep and have made a lot of good decisions as well. I don’t know how long it will take.”