The former Liverpool striker was reacting to the 3-3 draw with Arsenal.
John Aldridge believes Liverpool's defending left a lot to be desired against Arsenal on Wednesday night.
And the former striker feels Jurgen Klopp's men had to work far harder for their goals than the Gunners did.
That has been a common theme at Liverpool for several seasons and it looks as though it will take Klopp some time to sort out the defensive issues Brendan Rodgers ignored for years.
What a game.prob the best of the season so far.Defending,left a lot to be desired,We had to work a lot harder for our goals,than Arsenal did— John Aldridge (@Realaldo474) January 13, 2016
Aldridge isn't wrong. Liverpool showed great heart to get back on level terms and the thrilling encounter suggested Klopp can bring many historic nights to the Anfield faithful.
If the German can get that kind of fight from this makeshift team, imagine what he could produce with a full pre-season and two transfer windows under his belt?
That said, Klopp seems an expert in getting results against big teams. It's the West Broms and Swanseas he isn't used to.
And, as Aldridge says, Liverpool's defending once again let their fans down. Simon Mignolet needs sorting or replacing, while the Reds' back four need serious work.
Next up for Klopp's side is Premier League clash against Manchester United on Sunday afternoon.