Jurgen Klopp is confident that Liverpool have what it takes to beat Arsenal in the Premier League next month.
The Gunners have found themselves under intense scrutiny in recent days following their heavy 5-1 defeat by Bayern Munich in the Champions League last week.
Liverpool, meanwhile, have been training in Spain in recent days, with Klopp’s side enjoying the luxury of two weeks without a game.
Arsenal will travel to Anfield in the Premier League on 4 March as Arsene Wenger’s men look to keep their bid for a top-four finish on track.
Klopp knows that his side will face a stern test of their Premier League credentials against the Gunners.
However, the German coach is confident that his side have what it takes to beat Arsenal at Anfield next month.
Klopp is quoted as saying by The Daily Express: “Arsenal is coming and we all know how good they are, so it’s difficult yes, but it’s possible (to win) and that’s what I always say – as long as it’s possible let’s try to do it, let’s really try to do it.
“For this we need everybody in the best mood.”
Klopp has been tasked with steering Liverpool into the top four this season after their eighth-placed finish last term.