The Reds boss remains convinced that success will be delivered at Anfield, despite the club finding themselves stuck in a rut at the start of 2017
Jurgen Klopp remains convinced that his work at Liverpool is a long-term project as he attempts to end the Reds' poor run of form against Tottenham on Saturday.
Liverpool have endured an alarming run, winning only once in 10 matches since the turn of the year.
The latest defeat came at lowly Hull City last weekend, with manager Klopp later accepting the blame for Liverpool's slump.
That left his side 13 points adrift of Premier League leaders Chelsea in fifth and it has seen the pressure grow on Klopp, who remains focused on the task at hand.
"We are still convinced that this is a long-term project," he said. "The players learn, but it's my job to bring them into the right situation.
"I don't question everything [after a defeat]. Everything is easier when you win a game, but the job is still the same.