From today's perspective, yes [I am happy] - we will see how it is in January.
"I think the squad is wide enough to play in different competitions and to come as far as possible and that's the plan at the moment".
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The Merseyside giants, who were held to a 1-1 draw by Burnley at the weekend, are now eighth in the Premier League table with just eight points from five games.
"When Alex was probably 18 or 19, people thought he could be "the" man - how a lot of people think a lot of the time pretty early", he said.
Klopp dismissed suggestions Oxlade-Chamberlain's development had been stunted at Arsenal.
'A new start is very often a kind of relief'. That's sometimes okay but then you need to stay concentrated until the end and at least you don't allow them to score...and yeah, they scored too easy. "He has settled in perfectly".
"You are in a situation with your old club - and I don't say this about Alex specifically - and you accept it and it is hard to make the next step".