Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool will be going all out to win their last six matches.

The new champions host Aston Villa on Sunday and other bottom-six clubs like Albion will hope there is no shock result at Anfield.

Liverpool are then away to the Seagulls on Wednesday.

Klopp stood by his team after their 4-0 defeat at Manchester City last night in their first game as champions.

Speaking again to the media today, he responded to a suggestion that youngsters would be thrown in for the remaining fixtures.

The Liverpool boss said: "This is the next thing we have to lear.

"I don't think these kind of questions will be asked to Frank Lampard, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and stuff like this.

"We are champions now and should bring the young boys in, give them a chance.

“So then we lose the games and everybody is going at us 'you have lost focus, you aren't doing this, you aren't doing that'.

"We want to win games and to win, the best players have to be on the pitch.

“If the young boys are part of these best players then they will be on the pitch. They are so close, they are really good, and they are our future, 100%.

"But they will not play now because I want to see them in a Premier League game.

“We don't give Premier League games as Christmas presents. We cannot do that."

Liverpool’s final four matches do not affect the relegation battle as they take on Burnley, Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle.