Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp insists he does not need a ‘break’ after rumors circulated that he was going to leave Anfield.
The Reds lost a third league game in a row against Leicester City on Saturday.
Klopp conceded after the game that Liverpool was now out of the Premier League title race.
The German was also unable to attend his mother’s funeral last week due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
“Did I get the sack or did I leave by myself? I do not need a break,” said Klopp.
“Nobody has to worry about me. I might not look like this because the weather is not cool, the beard gets more and more grey and I don’t sleep a lot but I’m full of energy. The situation is a challenge.
“I don’t want to have the situation but I see it as an interesting challenge. We will sort it.
“It could be tricky but we are sorting it by playing football, by sticking even more together, fighting with all you have, and learning more than you can in each season you have played before. That is the plan we have.
“It’s a massive challenge, I’m ready and boys are ready and we give our absolutely everything to sort it.
“Thanks for all the support. I’m very grateful but they can think about other things because nobody has to worry about me”.