Liverpool's Mohamed Salah Virgil van Dijk don't have serious injuries - Klopp

‘Say hello and clear the table’: Lovren reveals how Klopp changed Liverpool

‘Say hello and clear the table’: Lovren reveals how Klopp changed Liverpool

Salah, who scored a decisive penalty to extend the club's lead at the top of the Premier League table to six points on Sunday, was substituted on 85 minutes after receiving treatment.

'A winning run has got to be the aim but we've got to turn it around quick.

"It's not a massive issue". Lovren is one of the few survivors of the Brendan Rodgers era at Liverpool, although Martin Skrtel and Mamadou Sakho were the central defensive pairing at Spurs that day, and credits the small changes that Klopp made on arrival as laying the foundation for the club's monumental recovery.

Van Dijk, meanwhile, only sustained "a dead leg" during an encounter the Liverpool manager described as "a super game - how football should look".

According to Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, Juventus' emissaries were attending the match between Liverpool and Tottenham to watch Salah from Liverpool, as well as Heung-Min Son, Toby Alderweireld and Christian Eriksen as they ponder their potential reinforcements for next season. "I think we defended well and the team was very committed".

'Joe is completely in contention for the last game, Joe is in really good shape now, thank god, good timing'.

"And then "Dyson" in the centre, who was there for each ball defensively - what a game he played, unbelievable". We wanted to be special in the counter-press and it was excellent.

Mauricio Pochettino was happy with his side performance, admitting he lost to a better team, having struggled for the most part of the season.

"We competed well. We need to improve a lot but I'm disappointed".

"Different phases during the game I think we played well".

Tottenham are now without a win in their last 11 away games in the league.