Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp insists he will speak to defender Mamadou Sakho following his outburst on social media on Saturday.
The centre-back has yet to make a first-team appearance this season after being sent home from his side’s pre-season tour of the United States.
Sakho turned down a move to Stoke City in the summer but the France international has yet to tempt Klopp to play him.
Before Saturday’s 5-1 win over Hull, Sakho released a video on Snapchat explaining his disappointment at not playing and admitting he has been fit for the last three weeks following a heel injury.
Klopp insists he has yet to speak to the former Paris Saint-Germain defender but he plans to address the situation in due course.
He told reporters: “The thing is I was kind of confronted with this, somebody told me this morning there was something I should know about. Actually on a match day I’m really in a completely wrong mood to think about things like this.
“I know something was on the thing that neither of us use [Snapchat]. But it’s not the right moment to speak about it. Most of the times in life it makes sense to think about something and then it’s more likely that you give the right answer.
“It’s not positive I would say. I will address the situation when I think it’s the right moment. I haven’t decided when that is yet. But it’s not Christmas.”