Jurgen Klopp has indicated that Liverpool are currently not interested in the Premier League title fight after another disappointment with Anfield.

The Reds lost their second home game in a row when they were beaten 1-0 by Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday night.

Steven Alzate’s goal in the 56th minute was enough when Liverpool got just one shot on goal and were now on their own turf for almost six hours.

Klopp’s side fell to fourth place and are now seven points behind leaders Manchester City, who have a game in hand and visit Anfield on Sunday.

And the boss of the Reds has stated that his team is only concentrating on a form in which they have only scored two points in the last four home games.

“I’m the manager of Liverpool and you keep asking – when we were champions last year – and I have to say, ‘Oh my god, we want to be champions, yes we do,” said Klopp.

“But you need the games for that and you need the performances for that. And we don’t have them. That is also the truth.

“We have to fight for other things. We’re fighting for three points.

“It has not yet been decided who will get the three points on Sunday. We have to play better and we will try. Then we’ll see.

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“These gaps are not interesting at the moment because they are the result of the results we already had.

“Now we can only influence the next games and we will try.

“Tonight wasn’t enough. We saw that and we know that. We have to change that. “