Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes his team remain on track to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League despite drawing both of their opening games.
After a 2-2 draw with Sevilla in their Group E opener, Liverpool drew 1-1 away to Spartak Moscow on Tuesday, with Fernando's free-kick for the hosts cancelled out by a brilliantly constructed Philippe Coutinho equaliser.
Liverpool now trail leaders Sevilla by two points, but with four games still to come, Klopp is relaxed about his team's situation.
"Of course I saw enough (to suggest Liverpool can qualify)," Klopp told reporters at Moscow's Otkrytiye Arena.
"We know more about the two teams."
We know Moscow had a lot of injury problems. For sure Quincy Promes will be back for the next game and a few other really good players, which will change their game."