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Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has maintained that his side can still finish in the top four of the Premier League this season, but only if they "stay angry". The Reds are six points behind Manchester City in fourth place with 10 games left to go in the season.
The German manager said, "Six points is not the world to be honest in our situation. I would like to say from now on we take each point and things like this, but we have to show it. Consistency was not our hobby this season until now, so we have to improve in this part of the game".
The former Borussia Dortmund manager added, "We need to stay angry, that is it. We need to stay angry".
Liverpool beat Manchester City 3-0 on Wednesday (2 March), just days after losing to them in the Capital One Cup Final. The Merseyside club face Crystal Palace away in the Premier League on 6 March.
Klopp also lamented the Liverpudlian weather in his press conference, saying that he "couldn't believe" they were getting snow in March. The German moved to the club in October, after former boss Brendan Rodgers was sacked.