Liverpool round-up: Alberto Moreno claims Jurgen Klopp's training is 'boring'

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Liverpool fans, a very good day to you all.

The general buzz is getting louder as we approach the January transfer window, but we’re still far away enough at the moment not to be drowned out by it all.

With that in mind, we’ve got a nice blend of rumours and genuine information. Don’t believe us? Read on, or watch the video above, for more.

Moreno on Klopp's 'boring' style

Alberto Moreno is just one of the players enjoying a new lease of life at Liverpool under Jurgen Klopp, but he’s admitted that he finds the German’s training sessions boring.

Don’t worry, Moreno is backing his new manager’s style, stating that such techniques are what translate into points on the board - as per the Daily Mirror, citing Spanish radio station Cadena Cope.

“He doesn’t do games or things like that. It’s all tactical. It’s what he likes and what we work," Moreno said.

“In England there are many matches, so there is not enough time to work a lot but in each training sessions he is looking for that.

“The truth is that the training sessions are a bit boring for the players, but then they are the ones that give results on the pitch.”

The Spaniard also said he believed Liverpool could win the league this year - got an opinion on that? Make sure you let us know.

"Right now I think we can fight to win the Premier League title,” he continued.

“We are in a very good moment and the rivals who are above us are dropping points. It can happen [winning the title]."

Liverpool fans celebrate

Moving on, Reds fans are celebrating on Twitter after last night’s emphatic 6-1 thumping of Southampton.

Youngster Divock Origi bagged a hat-trick while Daniel Sturridge netted a brace and Jordon Ibe also found the back of the net. That fixture was the quarter-final of the League Cup.

Klopp hails Sturridge

On the subject of Sturridge, Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he now knows what all the hype is about concerning the former Chelsea striker.

Sturridge made his first start for Klopp last night at the St. Mary’s Stadium and fired two past Maarten Stekelenburg to cancel out Sadio Mane’s early opener.

Here’s to hoping it’s on to bigger and better things moving forward.

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