Wolves v Liverpool: Reds a strong bet to repeat recent Molineux win

"He is one for the future of course, but what we will do with him now I don't know", said Klopp of Hoever in a recent press conference. "When that future is, we do not know", said Jurgen Klopp when asked about his plans for Ki-Jana Hoever. Could he be a bit more confident in the games? Yes.

"This is not a moment for Liverpool to hit the panic button, but I would urge the club to consider making a move in the transfer market that could allow them to fit the final piece of a title-winning jigsaw into place", Aldridge said.

We have an all Premier League clash to conclude this weekend's FA Cup Third Round action, but Mike Norman believes league leaders Liverpool are an outstanding price to get the better of mid-table Wolves.

"Adam is in outstanding shape", Klopp said of Lallana, who has not started a match since November. We think these players are good enough.

If Hoever did play for the first-team this week and continue his development in a similar fashion to that of Alexander-Arnold, it would prove a huge coup for Liverpool over their Premier League rivals.

"We had to make a few changes already, it was clear".

"But he is a fantastic player and I'm really happy to have him here". It is game by game, let us see at the end of the season where we will finish. "You have to make sure you are as good as possible in that game, make the right decisions about the line-up - maybe tough decisions, maybe not that tough - and then we will see". It is just a joy to watch him. We have won games against them, but in these games City were better.

"Sometimes it is necessary to fight and win in that way - (you) live the game like it is the last game in your life and against Liverpool we were there".

A season that started with Leroy Sane's future at City in doubt is no longer a tale of woe for the German winger, who underlined his vast potential with the blistering victor that kept the champions' title hopes alive. It's really cool..."It's a nice prospect for the next months and years".

  • Jacqueline Ellis