Jurgen Klopp wants his side to “show consistency” in their away form having only won three times in the Premier League on the road this season.

Liverpool’s defensive frailties have become exposed during the campaign with just two clean sheets being kept away from Anfield.

After doing the business at home, thumping Manchester United 7-0 last weekend, attention now turns to their away trip to Bournemouth tomorrow afternoon.

With the Reds netting nine against the Cherries in the reverse fixture at Anfield it now sets up a golden opportunity to improve their torrid away run.

Klopp said: “In the home table we are in the top four, in the away table we are far away from that.

“We have to show consistency there as well. We have to step up, we have to make sure that we create the atmosphere on the pitch.”

When looking at Liverpool’s injury list the Reds boss is still without Luis Diaz, Thiago Alcantara and Joe Gomez, who are all deemed to be unavailable for the trip to the Vitality Stadium.

Klopp described the three players at “different stages” stating Gomez is the closet to a return but the recovery time for Thiago is still unclear.

The Liverpool boss confirmed there are no fresh injury concerns following last weekend’s historic win over United.

After the announcement that Roberto Firmino will depart Liverpool at the end of the season following an eight year stay at Anfield, Klopp admitted he was surprised by the decision.

“But I respect it a lot,” he said. “I loved the reception he got (against United). Now we want to bring a wonderful story to a positive end. The song will be in everybody’s ears for a long time.”

Klopp then turned his attention to the summer transfer window following recent comments from club owner John W Henry that Liverpool should be “investing wisely”.

The German manager said: “John is right.

“If you look at the players we have brought in in the last couple of transfer windows; Luis, Darwin, Cody. That’s investment, it’s wise investment and responsible investment.”

Liverpool versus Bournemouth kicks off at 12:30 (GMT) on Saturday and will be shown on BT Sport.