Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said “it’s over when it’s over, but for now there’s plenty of time” when asked about his Liverpool contract.

The German manager had no concrete answers for where he could be in two and half years’ time.

But he told the media today that isn’t his main focus currently.

“I don’t have to think about these things right now, we are in the middle of the season,” he said.

Liverpool will face Arsenal at Anfield tomorrow (November 20) as the Gunners look to claim a top four spot.

Klopp will be seeing this a chance to get their season back on track by beating an in-from Arsenal side.

The Gunners’ season took a dramatic turn after losing their first three games and at one stage were rock bottom of the Premier League.

Klopp said of their fantastic comeback: “It’s been brilliant if you win the first game 4-0 everyone’s saying oh my God wow.

“If you lose it then you’re in a relegation battle.

“With Arsenal’s quality it’s no surprise really that they’ve won a lot of games recently.”

Their sudden turnaround puts them just two points behind Liverpool in fourth and sets up an important game for both sides.

Klopp’s Liverpool have had two bad results since their 5-0 drumming of Manchester United at Old Trafford.

A home 2-2 draw to Brighton and a loss to West Ham put a stopper on what had been a fantastic run of form.

“Arsenal is obviously a really good football team, but we need to remind everyone that so are we,” added Klopp.

“To stay up there we know we need results, we haven’t had enough good results to get further up the table yet.”

Despite only being four points from top-of-the-table Chelsea, it has been a disappointing couple of games for Liverpool.

But a win against Arsenal could see them create a five-point gap between themselves and fifth place.

Liverpool are without a few key names, though.

According to Klopp, Andy Robertson and James Milner are still out of contention.

Sadio Mane is back, and with the potential for Fabinho to return soon as well.

Neco Williams had an impressive game for Wales against Belgium mid-week so he could feature.

More likely is Kostas Tsimikas who has already made seven appearances this season.

He will want to show his manager what he can bring to the squad.