Liverpool have refused to allow lose to Wolverhampton in the FA Cup kill their steam. The Reds snatched a slim 1-nil victory over the Seagulls Brighton on to maintain a four-point lead over Manchester City.
But Klopp will be disappointed over the recent injury that has knock out defender Trent Alexander-Arnold out of play.
The defender looked set for a return back to Premier League action after he was given the clear to play in the clash against Brighton.
Alexander-Arnold hinted struggling tendencies on the pitch, delivering in a belabored fashion.
The 20-year-old had just made a comeback from a foot injury, and though he lasted through the entire game at the Amex Stadium, he played in pain.
Recent reports milling from the Times have claimed that that right-back has suffered another blow to his leg. He experienced a “tweak to his ligament” according to the publication, and will be kept sidelined for one month.
This should put a dent in Reds title hopes, but with James Milner back in action, the England veteran player could substitute as right-back for now, until Alexander-Arnold’s return.
Meanwhile, Joe Gomez, Dejan Lovren, Adam Lallana and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are still on the sidelines, as Joel Matip continues to make decent recovery.