Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius says he remains fully focused in games regardless of whether he has a lot to do.
Karius’ Premier League debut may not have finished with a clean sheet but he was rarely troubled by a Hull side who were reduced to 10 men early on and never posed much of a threat.
Instead it was an easy afternoon for the German, although he insists he did not stand by and revel in some of the thrilling football being played by his outfield team-mates.
“I had games like this before but I will probably have them more here,” he said.
“I hope it is like this as that means we are playing really well but as a goalkeeper you have to stay in the game because it goes really fast and you only need one shot on goal.
“It doesn’t really change much whether you have a lot to do or not much.
“When we score a nice goal I am happy for the other guys and then I am a fan but the only time I can really have a break is when we score or when there is an injury break, otherwise you are focused.”