Reds supporters have been frustrated with their uninspiring transfer targets during the Summer transfer window.
Many thought they could attract world class quality with Jurgen Klopp as manager, but without Champions League football, the big name players haven’t opted for Liverpool.
A case in point was Mario Gotze who agreed to join Liverpool, but when they lost the Europa League final, thus losing a UCL spot, the German star changed his mind.
Klopp has told reporters that he is not obsessed with star players and believes he has enough in the squad to improve.
“If we go for players and there is obviously no chance, there is no point,” said Klopp.
“Look for players you can have and make the best of it. I am 100 per cent happy with the guys we have brought in until now.
“This period in every year is one of a lot of expectations. Everyone expects big names and a big improvement because of big names and if you don’t know the players it’s like ‘what are we doing? what are they doing?’
The Reds only big money signing so far has been Southampton winger Sadio Mane. Other targets include Ben Chilwell, a left back from Leicester who hasn’t even played in the Premier League.
“Some clubs have already done a lot but you cannot prove in this moment what’s really right. What you have to do is prepare the new season,” added Klopp.
“At the moment nobody thinks about the good games we played last season.
“They only think Manchester United have taken this player or Manchester City have taken this player and we have taken ‘what is the name?’ and that is it. This moment for us it is about creating and building a team for next year. We have to prove our thoughts about the team work.”