NAPLES: Liverpool came dangerously close to winning an unprecedented quadruple of major trophies last season.
The Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has said that they need to "reinvent" themselves after Napoli humbling in the Champions League.
After being humiliated by Napoli 4-1 on Wednesday, Liverpool has only managed to win twice in their first seven games across all competitions this season.
"We played badly in the first half but usually we don't concede three goals. With Alisson in goal, you have to be really bad for that to happen. It looks like we have to reinvent ourselves. There is a lot of things lacking," said Klopp.
"We have Wolves on Saturday and they cannot stop laughing probably. They would say - and I would too - it is the perfect moment to play them [Liverpool]. We have to set up better in pretty much everything.
"In football, there are always solutions. We don't play well enough, that is obvious and that is why we lose games. There is a job to do, my responsibility and I need time to think about it,' he added.
Liverpool will next take on Wolves in their Premier League clash on Saturday at Anfield.