Jürgen Klopp has backed his players to quickly learn from the mistakes made in Saturday's defeat to West Ham United.

But the German won't accept any suggestion that fatigue could have played a part in a disappointing afternoon for the Reds in east London.

Headers from Michail Antonio and Andy Carroll in each half saw the Reds end their festive fixture schedule with a 2-0 loss to Slaven Bilic's men.

The manager was critical of a sloppy performance from his charges in his post-match press conference and a lack of concentration in key moments in the game.

But when asked by LFCTV if the problems visible at the Boleyn Ground could be easily fixed, Klopp replied: "If they want. I think we have done it until now.

"I don't want talk about the intensity of the moment in the situation because we were fit, we were fresh. There was no problem with running today, no problem with fighting. 

"I know about the situation but today it was only about the wrong start again in the game and we have to change this so we won't see games like this."

Klopp also lamented a lack of composure in the final third which he believes cost his side an equaliser that could have turned the tide in their favour.

"We had our moments and we were back in the game and made immediate chances where we could score goals but we didn't," he added.

"Sometimes it's bad luck but sometimes because we were not clear enough in our idea. Today is like a summary of our problems. 

"Why do we have to concede goals like this? It's really not necessary. And if [we do] then react please!

"React, make the one goal, open the game. We fight, but only because the game woke us up and that's not how it should be."