Klopp confident Reds will finish top-four as he prepare to face West Ham United in Londo


Jurgen Klopp joked he is in a positive mood "without drugs" as Liverpool prepare to take on West Ham this Sunday.

Jurgen Klopp interview with the press
On his press conference interview ahead of West Ham trip the Reds boss admitted the pressure is very much on for his side as they look to secure a top-four finish and Champions League football next season.
But insisted - unprompted - that he wasn't taking anything to help with the nerves now in the business end of the campaign.
"This game is as significant as the last few, said the Liverpool manager. "The pressure is coming. We know.
"I'm in a positive mood without drugs. It shouldn't be a surprise that I don't use things like this."
Klopp's men are currently third in the Premier League, four points ahead of Arsenal in sixth, with three games to play.
The Reds' future is very much in their own hands, and it appears Klopp is already preparing his side for Champions League football.
However, the German admitted the prospect of playing in Europe's elite competition could have an impact on his side this summer.
"Getting in Champions League has influence (on transfer plans). Should I say to boys better you play, better the players will be to take your places?"

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