Jurgen Klopp says he has no doubts about trusting his Liverpool players after their FA Cup defeat to Manchester United.

But the Reds boss insists his side's previous successes will not be taken into account as he plots a way out of a run of form that has seen them blow dangerously off course of late.

The 3-2 loss at Old Trafford means the Premier League champions have won just one in the last seven, which was a 4-1 victory against an Aston Villa academy side in the third round of the Cup.

Liverpool's performance was largely an improvement on much of the last few weeks but Mohamed Salah's double was rendered meaningless as goals from Mason Greenwood, Marucs Rashford and Bruno Fernandes condemned the Reds to defeat in Manchester.

Klopp says he has not questioned his players once during the blip but said what they have done before will not absolve them from some big decisions going forward.

Klopp said: "There is no doubt about my trust.

"But it is not that I say 'we have done everything right in the past two years so now I don't care.' It is not like this.

"We are in the situation now 100 per cent, but you do not need to worry about us.

"As a group we are really together. If I have a problem, he has a problem, we have a problem, we are just all together. We have to sort it together.

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"So nobody thinks about what happened in the last few years, nobody. We are just in this moment, trying to win football games again.

"I don't want to make everything about [negative] now, United played well and there is confidence [at Liverpool] but when you don't score for a while, it is obviously [an issue], even the best strikers in the world will tell you that.

"We all have moments where we don't score with each chance but it is all about how you deal with it."

Liverpool return to action when they visit Tottenham in the Premier League on Thursday evening.