Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has commented on the state of his current squad and has said the club is always busy when it comes to the transfer market.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference, as reported by the Liverpool Echo, Klopp said: "I’m fine with the squad, it was never a problem - it’s all about injuries and the number of games. It doesn’t fit too good. That’s the reason we thought about a few things but only if it makes sense to us.
"We are not here to throw money out of the window, we try to work with what we have."
Klopp has said that Daniel Sturridge will not play against West Ham United this weekend or against Leicester City on Tuesday and said he is continuing to work on his fitness, but has said there have been issues.
"He's had a few sessions in the last weeks, but like I say, always interrupted by different issues.
"He cannot play tomorrow and for sure he can't play against Leicester.
“Everyone in this room knows Daniel better than me. There’s no doubt about his quality. We have to work together on his fitness.”
Klopp seemed to confirm suggestions there will be changes to his side for this weekend's fourth round clash with West Ham United, pointing out his side ran 156km against Stoke City on Tuesday night in reaching the League Cup final, and has spoken of his desire for the side to win the game at Anfield rather than be taken to a replay.
He added: "We have to make a few changes, we will make them, but only because we want to win the game."
Dejan Lovren is fit to return to the side after three weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring injury, and was an unused substitute on Tuesday night, while Philippe Coutinho is close to returning to training from a similar problem. Jordan Henderson, however, has been ruled out of contention for tomorrow's game.