Virgil van Dijk: 'Liverpool must always be at 100%'


Liverpool are second in Group C after a disappointing 1-0 defeat to Napoli on matchday two.

Everyone knows that the most expensive player in Liverpool's history, Virgil Van Dijk, is a born victor who leads by example, and his latest comments ahead of Wednesday's clash are sure to spur on Reds fans.

"He is the boss and obviously wants the best from all of us, the best for the club and wants us to play well. We will need to be 100 per cent and I think we will be", he told The Mirror.

The Merseyside giants face Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League on Wednesday night, before taking on Cardiff City on Saturday with both games taking place at Anfield.

Liverpool have claimed three points from their opening two group games and now sit one point adrift of leaders Napoli. There is basically no other mindset.

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The Reds forwards gained a reputation as being one of Europe's most deadly attacking triumvirate last season and they became the first three players from a single team to score more than 10 goals in a Champions League campaign during Jurgen Klopp's sides run to the final in Kiev last May.

The Dutchman also spoke of Liverpool's determination to score more goals, with the Reds yet to hit the dizzying heights of last season.

"From my position on the pitch I have a pretty decent view of what is happening ahead of me and the shift the front lads are putting in means we set the tone for a more solid approach".

"It was important for everyone to score, but, of course, it was good for Moh to score".

"He has every right not to be happy", Van Dijk said. Obviously we kept a clean sheet, which is all good, but we could have made it easier for ourselves.