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That is the plan, and to do it with good football players.

With those midfielders needing a rest ahead of a busy few weeks, Southampton presents the flawless opportunity for Fabinho to get a feel of the Premier League from the onset, in a game which, on paper, shouldn't be too much like throwing him at the deep end.

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"He's a big miss for us but he is around most of the time and so is still working on the good atmosphere in and around the team".

"I think this year we're confident as a team".

But if Klopp isn't anxious, the fans needn't be either; Salah is clearly an elite player and he's nearly certainly yet to play a pivotal role in the Reds' season.

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The former Roma forward marked Firmino's strike by throwing his water bottle to the ground on the bench, having been substituted at that stage of the game, but Klopp says there are no problems with the 2017-2018 Premier League top scorer.

"Everyone loves Shaq, that's how it is, without playing plenty of minutes and that is more my mistake than his. Really, he's in good shape and the most important thing is that physically he is in a very good shape and that helps".

The former Republic of Ireland worldwide established a reputation as one of the Premier League's most prolific strikers during his time with Tottenham, but had limited success after moving to Liverpool for £19m in 2008. "I made different decisions but his time will come, that's for sure".

While the suggestion from other quarters has been that Salah, like many other players, is worn out after a busy season and the World Cup, Keown has suggested it is a mental issue for the 26-year-old. Yes, there were a few chances he could have scored. If he is a little bit further on, he shoots in the bottom corner. But previous year he missed chances.

"It's much too early to make something of it and talk to him constantly about it". So long as he is working as he is in this moment, everything will be fine. We believe until the end.

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