'I don't know how to sing!' - LFC quotes of the week

From a return to winning ways at Huddersfield Town to a musical revelation and all the build-up to a big game against Tottenham Hotspur, we round up the best quotes from the past week…

“It would be funny if somebody calls about Ingsy – I would love to respond: no chance! There is no chance that Ingsy is on the market tomorrow… only if I’m unconscious.”

Jürgen Klopp responds to a suggestion that Danny Ings would leave LFC on transfer deadline day


“Whenever I go back to Liverpool, or wherever I am in the world, Liverpool supporters come to me and we talk about whichever game. That will stay the same forever.”

Xabi Alonso


“At the moment they are some of the best players not just in the Premier League but all around Europe. There aren’t that many players who score so many goals and create so many chances.”

And the Spaniard is a big fan of the Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah combination


“I’m really pleased and proud of Curtis this season, for his effort and commitment to the team cause and he has added big numbers to his game.”

Steven Gerrard’s verdict on Curtis Jones signing his first professional contract


“Roberto delivers, delivers and delivers. He doesn’t score all the time, he is not always brilliant, but if he is not brilliant then he works like a horse.”

Klopp explains why the Reds’ No.9 is a crucial constant in his system


“Huddersfield Town nil, Liverpool three.”

The Great Dane, Jan Molby, with a great pre-match prediction


“I don’t know how to sing! Even dancing on the pitch, I’m shy!”

Mane reveals he is not a musical man


“We will all see Virgil van Dijk at his best after the summer. Our defending is different to Southampton, for example, and Holland. That’s why it makes so much sense that you [have time to] get used to it.”

Klopp reflects on his January signing’s first month with LFC


“It doesn’t matter to me as long as it ends up in the back of the net.”

James Milner on penalty-taking duties


“I would love to come here again because we could come on the bus! We did not have to fly, in an hour we were here – so, Huddersfield, stay in the league!”

The boss, wryly, gives his backing to the Terriers’ aim to avoid relegation this season


“I’ve wanted to go on loan for a while, so I can get some regular first-team football under my belt. I’m really happy and looking forward to it.”

Ovie Ejaria on his loan move to Sunderland


“To us, this game is a classic. In Brazil we call this type of game a ‘six-point game’.”

Firmino cannot wait to face Spurs on Sunday


“I think we need to at least go one round further so that Clyney can be involved. Ingsy, it's just nice. With these European squads, it’s an unbelievably difficult decision.”

Jürgen reacts to adding Nathaniel Clyne and Ings, as well as Van Dijk, to his Champions League squad


“Our aim is to try and win every single game until the end of the season – why not?”

Quite right, Sadio!

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