Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has revealed that though he is happy with the squad he has got at the moment, he is not against the idea of adding players if the opportunity arises next month.

The Reds are currently at the top of the pile, having developed a four-point lead over second-placed Manchester City after 18 Premier League games.

Klopp spent big in the January transfer window earlier this year as he dipped into his pockets to sign Virgil van Dijk from Southampton.

The German knows that the large number of games coming up could stretch his squad to the limit and he is not prepared to rule out making signings in January again.

"I'm very happy with what I have got and what I have but we don't know", Klopp said at a press conference via LFC TV.

"That's the only little bit where I keep the door open. If something happens we need to have a look.

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"There are a monstrous number of game coming and it's really important that we can react.

"A long as we can react, then all good. If something dramatically changes we need to have a look.

"If nothing happens we will not do anything."

Liverpool won their match against Wolverhampton Wanderers a day ahead of Manchester City's game against Crystal Palace, which the Sky Blues lost 3-2.

The Reds will host Rafael Benitez's Newcastle United side on Boxing Day.