Firmino calls for focus from Liverpool

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- Reuters pic LIVERPOOL, Feb 24 ― Juergen Klopp says it is not a secret that Liverpool are looking to secure the future of Sadio Mane and the club remains keen to further strengthen the squad ahead of next season.

The Football Association announced this week that Firmino would face no disciplinary action.

Asked if the Egypt international's left foot was the world's best, Klopp was disinterested - but said Barcelona star Messi should perhaps be considered. We were sure from the first second that there's nothing to be afraid about from his side so (we are) happy that that's confirmed now. I am happy about that.

"We all take it really seriously".

"I'm really proud of Roberto and how he dealt with it. It's my dream to win the Premier League, but I want to win it with this club", Salah added.

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"I really want to use this base and for that we have to be at our best tomorrow".

Klopp praised David Moyes's impact in east London and warned he side will have to be wary of the Hammers' significant threats, with Marko Arnautovic reborn under his new manager and Manuel Lanzini likely to return to the side following injury. Yes, probably. We need an atmosphere to be ready for that - the players, coach, staff, crowd.

"They are in a good moment as well and they will show that".

"We used the opportunity, there is nothing good to say about not being involved in the FA Cup but if you are not in you have to use the time and that is what we did".

"Steven and Critch have nice teams together, but it's more hard for Critch now as we gave half his team away on loan". They (West Ham) in the form table, last 15 games, I think they are sixth.

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