Klopp will take point and move on
Jurgen Klopp has urged his Liverpool side to build on the point picked up against Manchester United and take it as a positive.
A goalless draw dominated by more injuries than chances was enough to lift the Reds back above Manchester City, who had been top on goal difference having played one match more.
So despite the frustration at an opportunity missed, the title remains in Liverpool's hands and Klopp says it is important they now kick on and start winning matches again.
"Today the performance was good enough for a draw at United and everyone feels it could have been more," he said. "Now everything is equal again game-wise and now let's play the rest of the season.
"People can say 'Man City are doing better' but we don't compare ourselves with that because we have to get the points our own way.
"There are different ways to be successful and so far we were successful. That's 100 per cent true.
"I get there has been a few too many draws in the last couple of games but, still, we are where we are so let's go on."
Liverpool return to action when they entertain Watford on Wednesday night, while Manchester City face West Ham at home on the same evening.
Michael Holland is a reporter with over two decades of journalism experience. A Bolton fan, Michael often writes football articles, as well as having a strong knowledge of golf, cricket and Australian sports.