Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes they are still a long way from being the finished article, despite being top of the league with a 100 percent record.
The Reds are currently top of the league after three matches, scoring seven goals all with a clean slate, but Jurgen Klopp believes there is still room for improvement if they want to lift the Premier League, and reasonably so.
“Nine points after three games, I never heard anything negative about that,” Klopp said. “We didn’t concede a goal, nothing negative about that,” Klopp told Sky Sports.
“If you watched the games – we knew before the game, but now a few more people know – we have a lot more to do.
“First half was a good mindset, really patient in the right moment, and we scored the goal and could have scored more, and I don’t think they had a chance in the first half. Then there was half-time, and we didn’t do the same, the boys changed a little bit, and it was not the best idea.
“We didn’t show the same patience, and it was a more open game, and there was absolutely no need for that.
“The last 10 minutes they [Brighton] had their moments as we started passing through an area where they was no space. They had their chances and Alisson had to make a big save; nice, good for us.
“We won the game very deservedly. One-nil is not a result we’ve had very often since I was in but I am very happy because it was the best we could get today.”