Jurgen Klopp has dismissed claims suggesting his side will deep their toes in the transfer market this month.
Klopp’s Liverpool side have been mired by injuries issues this month and has already drawn a line of threat to their title chase this season.
The Reds, when they face Leicester City, will play without Trent Alexander-Arnold who is still recovering from a knock.
Backup, England international James Milner will not be included in the fixtures after being flourished two yellow cards in their hard-fought win against Roy Hodgson’s men Crystal Palace last weekend.
Liverpool lead the race to win the Premier League this term, sitting on a four-point cushion ahead of Premier League holders Manchester City brushed passed a managerless Huddersfield.
The Citizens scored their 100th goal of the season, with names such as Leroy Sane, Danilo and Raheem Sterling stamping their names on the scoresheet.
Klopp will chose to play youngster Rafa Camacho as right-back in the games against Foxes on Wednesday, with the return of Dejan Lovren still up in the air. 17-year-old Ki-Jana will not feature, and fetching Joe Gomez is unlikely to happen with the right-back still undergoing recovery.
‘It is a really difficult problem,’ said Klopp, who has taken his squad for a warm-weather training break in Dubai.
‘I can imagine what people think about this situation but you have to make decisions in moments when decisions are on the table. That’s why Clyney is not here anymore.
‘In that moment we had plenty of options and now we don’t have them. That’s how it is in our next games. Trent got an injury and it’s serious but not that serious. He will be back early but I don’t know if early enough for the next game.
‘Maybe the game after. Everyone gives me the feeling, Trent as well, that that is absolutely possible but we have to wait and cannot risk anything. We have to come through this situation.’