Jurgen Klopp admits only serious injury to one of his key players will prompt Liverpool to move again in the current transfer window.

The Reds have splashed out more than £70m in bringing in Thiago Alcantara, Diogo Jota and Kostas Tsimikas to Anfield this summer.

Liverpool had faced calls to move for another defender with recent injuries to Joe Gomez and Joel Matip leaving Virgil van Dijk as the only senior centre-back with Dejan Lovren having departed.

But an impressive performance from Fabinho alongside Van Dijk in the win at Chelsea last week has made such a deal less urgent with Klopp content with the present composition of his squad.

"I don’t expect a lot, to be honest," said the Reds boss when asked about any further incomings before the deadline on October 5..

"You think you are well covered, we have three absolutely top, top, top centre-halves, young players in line, Fabinho in the back hand if you want and then all of a sudden three players are out for a few days and that is not nice.

"But you cannot solve that in the transfer market. That is just not possible.

"We will not even try if nothing more serious happens. I hope we don’t have to try that.

"If the situation stays like it is at the moment then no, there will be nothing. All the rest, we are in quite a good place squad-wise and what the outcome will be I have no idea at the moment. We will see."