Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana insists the squad are not fussed by the critics following their disappointing 3-1 defeat to arch rivals Manchester United.
Despite winning the first three matches of the campaign, the Reds have struggled of late and were humbled 3-0 by West Ham before the defeat to United, prompting further questioning ove manager Brendan Rodgers’ abilities.
Lallana, though, says they are not concerned by detractors and believes the squad will soon be back to winning ways, provided they focus on their football.
“It is our job to play football and no matter how we do – good or bad – people are always going to have their opinions,” he is quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
“At times it is best we just concentrate on doing our job and let people speculate as to whether it is good, bad or indifferent.
“We have to focus on our job and our next job is a tough game. We have to get a positive result and then it is a quick turnaround for the next Premier League game (at home to Norwich on Sunday).”