Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp hopes to be managing some irate players next season as he settles on hard choice choices in the midst of expanded rivalry for places.
The Merseyside club have clutched their key players from last season, including Brazilian Philippe Coutinho, and have reinforced their squad with the expansion of winger Mohamed Salah, safeguard Andy Robertson and striker Dominic Solanke.
Rivalry is probably going to be especially overflowing in assault where Roberto Firmino, Daniel Sturridge and Divock Origi will all be vieing for the focal striker's part.
As the fight for consistent beginning spots strengthens, Klopp has asked avoided players to stay sure and battle for their place.
"We need to expand on an indistinguishable base from a year ago. I'm not in any uncertainty about that. Everyone thought: 'He's going, he's going, he's going' yet so far no one is going," Klopp disclosed to British media.
"In the event that we remain together like this there will be a couple of hard choices since they can't begin all together. At that point we need to perceive how this functions.
"Be furious at me no issue yet remain certain. That is imperative. After three days there is another amusement so be there once more. There will be a great deal of difficulties."
Klopp, whose side were drawn against German outfit Hoffenheim on Friday for their Champions League playoff, says that the club's new signings will push players to raise their diversion.
"The arrangement is that they all make the following stage," Klopp said.
"I said we generally need to build up this group and there are two things to do – signings and preparing so we did both.
"The signings are pleasant, possibly they play or they push another player. Presently it's more hard to play constantly."
Liverpool open their association crusade against Watford on August 12 and will confront the main leg of their playoff against Hoffenheim on either August 15 or 16