Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp distanced himself from the ongoing debate on whether Loris Karius should still be first-choice goalkeeper.
Karius came under more criticism, including some strong words from Jamie Carragher, for failing to do better with Dimitri Payet’s free-kick which helped West Ham earn a point at Anfield on Sunday.
As Liverpool continue to leak goals, Klopp was quickly asked about the defensive situation and, in particular, his goalkeeper.
“I’m not interested in creating headlines. No time to write what you want, a few things are obvious, a few things aren’t… working with the goalkeepers and other players, that’s all I care about,” Klopp said at his latest press conference.
“It’s never about one player. I have nothing to say, only because I can’t say in it so it’s useful for us.
“As a manager if you concede goals how can you be happy about this? I cannot be part of discussions in the media.”