Jurgen Klopp strongly believes Liverpool will 'go on and get better' after his team fail to win Capital One Cup. Manchester City beat Liverpool to win the Capital One Cup on penalties at Wembley.
Fernandinho and Philippe Coutinho scored the goals in a thrilling 1-1 draw in the final, but the Reds were undone during the subsequent shootout.
The manager said: "[The overall emotion is] disappointment. It was a great day until the last shot in the penalty shootout.
"Perfect organisation, a perfect atmosphere and a really great experience, but in the end we lost the penalty shootout. It's the last possibility to lose. We tried everything.
"I could be proud about a lot of things the players did today, but I expected we could do things like this so it's not too easy to be proud of things you think are normal. But they did well in a lot of moments.
"Before I came to England, everybody told me [the Capital One Cup] is not too important but all the players who were involved today and the players who were not involved today really wanted this cup.
"They all really wanted this, as did all the people in the stadium - it was a great atmosphere. It was really perfect until the last kick."