Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists his side will “fight for results” as a tough run of fixtures approaches.

The Reds face Wolves at Molineux in the Premier League tomorrow (February 4).

It will be the third time in three weeks the two sides have faced off after their FA Cup ties last month.

Klopp said today: “We have time on our hands to improve, to play the kind of football we want to play, to work on things that are necessary for the way we want to play football.

“We will fight for results and there is a lot to go for. Only half the season is played, which means we have the second half of the season to do whatever we want.

“The next fixture tomorrow is the start of the second part of the season and we decide how positive the outcome will be.”

The Reds boss also gave a positive injury update on Diogo Jota. The forward has been out since October with a calf injury.

He said: “Diogo Jota had a full session with the team this week. I think he will be back in normal training next week.

“Bobby [Firmino] is getting closer.

“Luis [Diaz] is running now but will take a few weeks. Ibou [Konate] is out. Virgil [van Dijk] is getting closer but not ready for the game.”

Victory for Liverpool, who are currently 10 points behind the Champions League places, could lift them up to sixth place in the Premier League.

Their next league game will be at home in the Merseyside derby on Monday February 13.

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