That’s according to the manager himself as he looks to lift his side to three points against Watford at Anfield (5.30pm kick-off) and restore the momentum of their top-four race.
The German has overseen 18 top-flight defeats in three-and-a-half years as Reds boss but has yet to suffer back-to-back losses, winning eight matches and drawing 10 directly after defeats.
The Merseyside outfit have not lost two consecutive league matches for almost three years and will need to rely on their consistent capacity of reacting well once again this weekend.
Klopp’s charges suffered defeat to arch-rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend. Only their second defeat in the league since October, Liverpool slipped into fourth below Tottenham as United moved five points ahead in second.
But Klopp has denied that Liverpool’s record of bouncing back during his tenure will have any impact when they face Watford.
“First of all, it’s good News but it [the record] doesn’t mean anything, it only means we have to do it again,” Klopp challenged his players.
“We expect from ourselves that we win football games, especially if we lost a game like the last one.
“In an ideal world you play three hours later and change your own mood.
“We keep that kind of revenge feeling or whatever during the week because we have to and we want to go back immediately to the winning side.”
Liverpool produced a largely positive performance against United but defensive errors allowed the Red Devils to go 2-0 up inside 24 minutes, with the visitors unable to claw back a point despite a second-half goal.
But Klopp is confident that his charges can use the hurt and frustration of such a disappointing result as motivation to beat the Hornets.
He added: “We were not happy about the result, we were not happy about the performance, but the performance was not as bad as the result.
“Only in a few minutes, seven or eight very decisive minutes, did we deserve the result.
“We can play better than we played even in the good moments of that game and that’s what we have to try [against Watford].
“[There are] a lot of things you can learn from this game, a lot of things you have to learn from this game.
“It’s already a few days ago but without striking back in an overly aggressive way, because we never did that, we use it as motivation for sure.
“In professional sports you need to be a little bit angry to bring your best on the pitch.
“So, we respect the rules but we are [angry] and after a game like this it’s a little bit more. Hopefully we can bring that in the game as well.”
Source : EXPRESS