Fabinho insists he is adapting well at Liverpool

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"It's a new experience for me because Klopp has a different style of work from the way I'm used to - but this is something I will learn".

"There are many things more important than football, but when you go to a football game there's nothing more important". The players said it was a bit hard because people are coming pretty straight to you.

"If you want to see fresher (players), give them a summer break", he said. But that's how it is.

"I couldn't care less what Jurgen Klopp says, to be honest".

I've seen that probably more than most people over the past couple of years and I know now that the way things are today, they're not always going to be that way. "He is a coach who demands a lot from his players, not only in matches but also on a daily basis in training". City manager Guardiola prevented Jesus from taking the 86th-minute spot-kick, instead opting for club-record signing Riyad Mahrez.

Carragher believes creativity is still missing in a key department , with Liverpool needing to look to Premier League rivals for inspiration when it comes to the next transfer window. I've worked on my weaknesses defensively and worked on my attacking strengths.

A Liverpudlian, who joined Everton as a schoolboy, Barkley's departure from Goodison Park, as he ran his contract down, was a drawn out and painful affair, but one he has put behind him.

"They are built for that, Jurgen (Klopp) is built for that".

Barkley is also enjoying playing with someone of the quality of Eden Hazard, a situation he very much hopes will continue.

The Algerian star fired his effort over the bar, squandering Manchester City's best chance at three points as the champions drew 0-0 at Anfield on Sunday.

"We were close more than ever to win here. After the worldwide break there are three important games against Huddersfield, Red Star and Cardiff so we want to be ready for that". "I'm so comfortable (with) the performance we have done".

"I think I'm becoming a better all-round player".

After starting the season with seven straight victories, Liverpool have now failed to win any of their past four matches.

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