Trent Alexander-Arnold said Liverpool were reviewing themselves and questioning things after their 2-1 Premier League defeat to Leeds United on Saturday.
This loss, the fourth in 12 Premier League games this season, leaves Liverpool ninth in the Premier League and eight points outside the Champions League qualification spots.
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After losing 1-0 to bottom club Nottingham Forest last weekend, Liverpool now face a battle to finish in the top four after being tipped to contend for the Premier League title before the start of the season.
“I would say that we all believe in ourselves, believe in the way we play, believe in the team and what we can achieve,” Alexander-Arnold told the Liverpool website. “But I think when you have setbacks, they can potentially make you second-guess yourself and question things.
“Obviously something as a team is not going well, it’s not going as well as we want it to. That’s something everyone has to think about, and it’s something everyone has to address and make sure we correct, especially next week against Tottenham, the top four contenders. .
“We kind of need to go out there and get some points if we have any chance of reaching our goals and aspirations for this season.”