Liverpool Boss Jurgen Klopp Admits He 'Doesn't Know How' to Win Premier League Title

Published on: 30 October 2016

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has conceded he has 'no idea' how to win the Premier League title in light of his side's strong start to the season.

The Reds came away from south London with all three points on Saturday after smashing Crystal Palace 4-2 at Selhurst Park.

The win takes Jurgen Klopp's side to the top end of the table, joint with league-leaders Manchester City and Arsenal on 23 points.

But it has been the manner of victory that has impressed Klopp the most, beating counter-attacking teams that often came up trumps against Liverpool last season.

We know that's what we had to develop,�Klopp said, as quoted inThe Mirror.You know that was a big thing that people spoke about last year, when we encounter a kind of counter-attacking team.

Everything needs time, the boys are really skilled so we need to play football, we cannot only shoot and run in this direction so that's our responsibility.Performances are not always okay but most of the time, now one week until Watford.

Jurgen Klopp is everything I kept telling Arsenal fans he would be...only he's doing it for another bloody team. Infuriating.

Unfortunately, we only have difficult away games. It's much nicer to play at Anfield but when you're on the pitch, it's no difference.

We bring a lot of people with us, I don't know how many it was today, but it was quite fully booked there. So that's not too important, but of course.�

Klopp went on to say that despite his side's high league position, he still has 'no idea' how to win the title.

I have no idea, it's my first proper season in the Premier League,� he continued. I have no idea what to do to win the Premier League.

But I'm really sure it was never decided at the end of October. We feel good at the moment, that's all.�

The win at Palace is a major boost to Liverpool's title-credentials, but Klopp insists that his side must take one game at a time.

I cannot even find anything negative." The German manager added.

Klopp: "Anything could have happened in this game - but nobody can say we didn't deserve the win." #CRYLIV pic.twitter.com/VgA8PL3pxd

"I cannot stand here and say 'yes but he has to put a finger in' because as a person I'm completely different, I don't expect perfect, perfect games.

I like it, we win 5-0 one time, even then you can stand here and say you're happy in this moment.

Unfortunately, I'm not like this. We know we have to improve and develop, but it's all good, 4-2 “ if you ask me before the game, I buy it, after the game, I still buy it. All good.

One week to prepare for Watford. That's all, that's what we have now. We try to do our best, we will see.

It's another job to do, Italian manager, they won, different system, well-organised. Quite a big job to do.�