Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits being thrashed by Liverpool "hurt"

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"It is unbelievable, but he was not asked for this too much I think in the past".

Klopp believes Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has scored one league goal in 15 appearances for Liverpool, has more to offer.

"Here, we put it on much more shoulders, and if he's on the pitch he needs to be involved in situations like this".

Reds boss Klopp has been impressed by Oxlade-Chamberlain's development at Anfield, saying: "He had to adapt. After that, you want all the players to be respected who have played for us". "In a lot of moments, the decisive passes, Ozil or Sanchez". "If you are a big signing everyone expects you to perform immediately". Once you get comfortable with that, you can start to relax more.

And he could be set to play against his former side tomorrow (7.45pm) when Liverpool travel to the Emirates. "I see really a lot of space for improvement as well, and that's good".

Liverpool suffered some big losses earlier in the season - they conceded five at Manchester City and four at Tottenham - but Klopp has been pleased with the improvement his team have shown in more recent times.

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"After that, on the other side, you analyse 'did you make mistakes or not?' You can not go home and say everything was flawless when you lose like we did".

He cost Klopp's side £40 million after spending six years at the Gunners, appearing almost 200 times for Wenger's team and is determined to show fans what they are missing.

"Against us it happened quite often that they played a lot of long balls, with Giroud".

"There are always things to work on, that's how football is, but of course the numbers are important - only four [conceded] in the last nine is good".

Daniel Sturridge (illness and hamstring) and Joel Matip (adductor) remain doubts for Liverpool, while Alberto Moreno (ankle) is still out. They have plenty of offensive players and looking at them recently they have changed a lot their teams - so it's hard to guess.