Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has warned Borussia Dortmund to be wary of his side, saying that they will raise their game and will come back with a new attitude in the second leg of the Europa League quarter-final clash on Thursday.
Last week, Divock Origi smashed a decisive away goal as Liverpool settled with a 1-1 draw against Dortmund in the first leg at Signal Iduna Park.
Commenting on his team's performance, Klopp believes that his side were not at their absolute best in the last game and called on his side to come up much better in the coming future.
"I don't think we were at our limit last week, and nor were BVB (Dortmund). Maybe some thought BVB would have an easier time of it. We created chances, and didn't just defend. It will be the same tomorrow, a balance between attack and defence," the German was quoted as saying by the press.
Klopp, however, urged his side not to take Dortmund lightly, saying they hold the ability to score goals anywhere in the world.
"This is a new start. We know about the quality of Dortmund. Now they know a little bit more about our qualities. We will see who handles it better," he added.