Jurgen Klopp has backed his forwards despite seeing a dominant Liverpool fail to beat Burnley at Anfield on Saturday.
He said; "The truth, however, is that Liverpool are no different under boss Klopp than they were under Brendan Rodgers".
However, writing in his column for The Sun, Shearer claimed that despite the good-will many Liverpool fans feel toward the eccentric German, the North West club haven't actually improved under him.
"I have pressure, but it can not be bigger than the pressure I put on myself".
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And despite failing to win, Klopp noted that there were positives - and was pleased that his side were in the right positions to create opportunities.
"When the season starts, now we are really in this three-games-per-week rhythm and during the worldwide break he was with the national team".
"Of course, Danny Ward will play [on Tuesday] if nothing happens overnight".
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"We work really with Alex and sit together with him analysts and show him and how we want to play him in this position and that position", Klopp said. However, Dejan Lovren, who missed the stalemate with Burnley with a back injury, is likely to miss out.
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