Klopp claims Liverpool's 'confident but greedy mood' hasn't changed after Bayern win
- The boss doesn't care about Manchester City having a game in hand.
- Klopp insists the Reds were not worried when they were ahead of City and are not going to be worried now.
- The brilliant performance against Bayern didn't change the team's mood and morale in any way.
"When City have a game in hand it’s not that important. We just want to win our game at the weekend," Jurgen Klopp told the reporters. "City’s game in hand is against United and that’s not easy but we need to think about winning our games only.
"We haven’t struggled psychologically with them ahead of us or us ahead of them it’s just being really focused on the football game. Until the end of the season, let’s play football.
"We haven’t changed our mood [after 3-1 over against Bayern Muinch]. We are just focused on the season. The players were happy afterwards but we will just stay focused.
"We weren’t surprised we did it or how we did it but I am happy we proved it and now we are completely concentrated on Fulham, stay in the same confident but greedy mood and being aggressive and direct and doing everything you need to do in a football game."