Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp
With the January transfer window now a distant memory, some clubs may be beginning to turn some of their attention to the plans they may have over the summer, regarding players potentially coming in and moving on.
With that in mind, here is a look at five Liverpool players who will probably reflect upon their personal form this season negatively and will surely be looking to make a better impression in the final months of the campaign...
Few players seem to fluctuate between hero and zero as quickly as Simon Mignolet. The Reds stopper has pulled off several vital saves throughout the season, but has also been guilty of dreadful mistakes once again. The Liverpool fans who want him to move on will surely suggest that he is clearly not learning from previous mistakes at Anfield.
Liverpool's Loris Karius
Jurgen Klopp's men have arguably suffered this term because they have been unable to fully rely on either of their first two goalkeepers. Loris Karius can also produce fantastic displays, but he has failed to make the most of the chances he has been given. The promising thing for the 23-year-old is that he should develop over the coming years.
Alberto Moreno has rarely been the reliable left-back that Liverpool have needed since arriving in 2014, and it appears that Klopp has finally run out of patience. James Milner has been filling in on the left hand side of the back four on a regular basis while the Spaniard starts to become the new Jose Enrique, who made just 12 league appearances in his final three seasons on Merseyside, and none in his last year.
Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge
While several players have taken their game to another level under Klopp, Daniel Sturridge's form has clearly suffered. He boasts a strike-rate better than a goal every other league game since moving to Liverpool, but has scored just once in 11 games this term. His work-rate has been called into question and his performances make it look like he is completely bereft of confidence at the moment.
When Emre Can arrived at Liverpool, it seemed that he had all the potential to become an important member of the side for years to come, but it just seems like he has not kicked on enough in the last couple of years. His recent form has been particularly questionable, but Klopp may be the ideal manager to get the best out of him in time. He has shown promise before, so there is surely no reason why he cannot rediscover that form again.