"He is one for the future of course, but what we will do with him now I don't know", said Klopp of Hoever in a recent press conference.
The Liverpool manager is considering whether to name highly-rated 16-year-old Ki-Jana Hoever in his squad, with sources also telling ESPN FC that academy defender Conor Masterson trained at Melwood on Friday.
"We can do much better in a game that suits more.
Everything is fine. I am completely happy with Naby", said the Liverpool boss.
The German manager hinted that Adam Lallana may be close to returning from another injury lay-off but that the club were keen not to rush him back into service. We think these players are good enough.
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'To be creative. Or we play the two [Dejan Lovren and Virgil van Dijk] again, we will see.
Undoubtedly Wolves" form against the "big six' this season tells us just how good they can be, and that is perhaps the best form line to judge them on.
Unlike their opponents this evening, Wolves may not make many changes to their squad as they push to get back to winning ways and start 2019 strongly.
"Just because other boys were in good shape as well, a bit about positioning, a bit about [the] system and all that stuff-no doubts about the boy, an outstanding player".
"We want to win everything but you can not win it in the first game". I am not 100 per cent sure. "(He's) a player who would play four games a day if he could because of his desire to play football.
'We will see what we do, but we can not, we will not sign a centre-half for one game or whatever, that will not happen. It's a nice prospect for the next months and years.