No advice for misfiring Salah - Klopp

UEFA Champions League

Salah, 25, scored 44 goals across all competitions and a league record 32 strikes but has yet to replicate the 2017/18 form - despite the Reds remaining unbeaten thus far.

While Klopp's side leads the Premier League table, he concedes, he's unconcerned by the Egyptian's return of three goals in nine games, as he still maintains goal-scoring positions during their fixtures.

The German also made reference to Kop legend Ian Rush when defending the former Chelsea forward.

"The only thing that is obvious, and I only have to say that to Mo, is that it was absolutely clear that we would stand in a situation like this here and talk about it," he told reporters, as quoted by Sky Sports News.

"Even Harry Kane. They talk about this and now he scored last week two goals, but before that, he was, 'Not even half he was last year', that is what people were saying, stuff like that.

"For us, it is completely cool. If the player is not happy with it - that is clear. If you have a chance, you want to score.

"In these situations going through them there is no advice, you cannot give it, because the experience, they make themselves," Klopp added.

"They know, 'I didn't score, I didn't score so next time I pass', but it is about judging the situation again, 'Can I shoot? Yes. Score'.

"So there are not big talks necessary, just a completely normal situation it is absolutely easy to expect, because if you don't score in your first seven games 10 goals, then everybody asks if you can do it again.

"Even Ian Rush didn't score 40 goals in 10 seasons, season after season after season. That's not how it works."