Arsenal legend Martin Keown does not believe Jurgen Klopp will panic despite Liverpool losing away at newly promoted side Burnley today.

Klopp's men scored a stunning 4-3 win away at Arsenal last weekend and were tipped to make short work of Burnley at Turf Moor.

Poor defending from the Reds saw Sam Vokes given the chance to put the hosts ahead in just the second minute and he made no mistake, while Andre Gray left Klopp's men reeling after doubling Burnley's lead in the 37th minute.

Liverpool bossed possession through, but did little with it and were mainly restricted to long range efforts.

Klopp was not happy after the game, but Keown feels the German looked calm on the touchline and does not feel he will panic.


The former defender pondered over whether Liverpool may once again dip into the transfer market though before the window slams shut.

Keown said on the BBC's Final Score: "Klopp looks very calm and he is not someone who is going to panic.

"But you wonder if he will dip into the transfer market again in certain areas of his team", he added.

Liverpool are not involved in European competition this season, something which has led to extra emphasis on their performance in the Premier League.