Klopp could opt for James Milner at left-back - the England global replaced Moreno in the 63rd minute on Tuesday - but the manager maintains an unshaken belief in the Spaniard's abilities. "We have to be as attractive as possible as a club", Klopp told reporters.
Much of the talk among Liverpool fans this season centred around the improvement shown by Alberto Moreno. I could have done different things.
Klopp substituted Moreno shortly after and the full-back's performance was heavily criticised post-match, but the Liverpool manager claims full responsibility for his player's display.
Alberto Moreno has been heavily criticised for an error-strewn, second-half performance against his former club.
"It was hard in Sevilla, all the circumstances, [people] talking to him like a family member".
"Yes, I know in this game it was obviously [not his best] and that's then really my responsibility".
Ex-Manchester United captain turned television pundit Roy Keane has suggested that Liverpool's continued shortcomings are down to just a "couple of players" whose consistently infuriating mistakes keep holding the whole team back.
The 25-year-old gave away the free kick which led to Wissam Ben Yedder finding a way back into the game for the La Liga outfit before Moreno found himself at sixes and sevens before Sevilla were awarded a penalty. He left there, a lot of people are still there that he knows well.
Liverpool resume Premier League duties at home to Chelsea on Saturday (5.30pm). It's not the player to blame, I am 100 percent responsible for that.
"[If you lose] one, two or three percent of concentration and come a little bit too late and that's how it started".
You saw the goals how we conceded them was quite special. "We know how we came in the situation and that's what we have to change". "I wouldn't drop him for that one though", Bellamy told Paddy Power.