Jurgen Klopp has promised to bring in “quality” in the transfer market as Liverpool’s impressive 2016-17 Premier League campaign draws to a close.
The Reds, who have frequently suffered from injury throughout the season, will close out the Premier League with an important home meeting against relegated Middlesbrough on Sunday.
The match at Anfield has plenty riding on it for the Reds, who need a win to ensure they clinch a Champions League place without needing to rely on other results.
Anything less than a win could see Liverpool drop down to the Europa League placings.
“Of course we need to be stronger (next season) … we will be stronger 100%. We have another tournament to play,” Klopp said.
“That’s clear, we know about everything. Still then, you need to be kind of lucky with injuries because the injuries that we have this year were not injuries from training.
“It was in the game. It was knocks, ankles, ligaments, really, things you have no influence on. It would happen in the challenge.
“These really significant injuries, they were all from the pitch, from the games. Can you solve this problem 100%? No.
“But we learned a lot and we will bring in quality now.”