Jurgen Klopp admits Mohamed Salah is not happy with his current form

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"Our strength isn't in one player - it's in all the players running together and being dedicated together on the pitch to always represent and lift up the name of Liverpool", the Brazilian goalkeeper concluded.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has dismissed praise from Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti as "tactics" before the two sides' Champions League Group C tie.

"Liverpool have improved a lot, they managed to reach the final a year ago and they started the season very well".

Attack: Mohamed Salah has failed to hit the heights of last season so far this campaign and he was substituted midway through the second half against Chelsea but the Egyptian global is still one of Liverpool's most important players and I think he'll retain his spot against Napoli.

The Reds arrived in Naples on Tuesday afternoon buoyed by a hard-fought draw at Chelsea, and with memories of their 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain still fresh.

But Klopp said at his press conference: "As we say in Germany, "He's obviously a smart fox".

Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne, who has scored five times this season with three in last three, singled out Roberto Firmino as Liverpool's key man.

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Speaking to Liverpool's official website, Robertson said that the league encounter will be a "completely different game". Robertson has provided three assists for his teammates so far this season.

Giving all these positive things about us, saying all these nice things about me before a game, it's nice.

Hazard said to Sturridge: 'To be fair, it's not bad, it's not a bad goal. "I think he deserves to be in the England squad".

"This is a fantastic match, a fantastic football team [in Napoli] and a very emotional crowd".

'How can I say, it was not my best performance personally. "That's how it is, timing in life is pretty important", added Klopp.

Salah has scored three goals this season in nine matches. I still understand why I was not happy with the situation, but the reaction was a bit too much and then they gave me a two game ban.

"It was not nice sitting in the stand, getting all the comments, so I chose to watch the second half of the match from the groundsman's room - with a big picture of Diego Maradona on the wall".

"It was because my behaviour in the Bundesliga was not too good before that".