Jurgen Klopp cut a frustrated figure after Liverpool drew 0-0 with Augsburg in the Europa League round of 32 first leg.
The Reds will take the Bundesliga side to Anfield with the tie level after neither side could find a breakthrough in Germany on Thursday.
Augsburg had perhaps the best chance, with former Sunderland striker Ji Dong-won hitting the post after coming on as a late substitute, but Daniel Sturridge and Roberto Firmino also had chances for the visitors.
Liverpool were lacklustre at times in Germany however, and Klopp was not fully satisfied despite a clean sheet.
“We should be realistic. The result is good in a Europa League first-leg away game. That’s okay,” Klopp told BT Sport.
“In our performance we had a few good moments. We could have scored goals. But as a complete game I’m not satisfied.
“You see that we fight for consistency. That’s what we fight for. And it’s a really hard fight; it’s a long way.
“Even in the game it’s ‘wow, wow, wow’, then ‘okay, what happened now?’ That’s what we have to stop.
“We always let them come a little bit back in the game and that’s not always necessary. But we have the rematch next week at Anfield. That’s good for us. But I’m not 100 per cent happy about this game.”