Jurgen Klopp says he was impressed by Liverpool’s performance at Tottenham but admits he “doesn’t feel too brilliant” after only coming away with a 1-1 draw.
Liverpool were the better side for the majority of the encounter at White Hart Lane and took the lead through James Milner’s penalty.
However, the Reds failed to kill the game off and were punished by Danny Rose’s second-half equaliser.
“When you take a point at Tottenham for 99 per cent of teams it would be a good thing but today we saw the game different,” Klopp told the BBC.
“We played a very good away game against a very strong side. It was our first real mistake and it was a goal so that is not really fair.
“We showed we can be good. We played football and defended really good. It doesn’t feel too brilliant at the moment.”
And in his post-match press conference, Klopp added: “This game showed what we can do. It’s not only about pressing, we were really flexible in offensive defending, and played football.
“We showed again that we can be really good, and that’s what we have to show in each game, and then everything will be good.”