​Liverpool manager, ​Jurgen Klopp has insisted that it is still too early for ​contract talks with the club, considering that he still has three years remaining on his current deal at Anfield. 

The German who led the Reds to UEFA Champions League success last season is currently contracted with the club till 2022, was reportedly set to extend his deal, however, he has refuted such suggestions.

"I will not leave before the contract is ending. That is my side. That is why a contract is important. We have enough time to make decisions in that department. There is no need to do it now. Three years is really a bit early to be concerned. It is just a contract," he said as quoted by ​Goal.

"The owners like what I do. I like what the owners are doing. I love the team, they are brilliant. Melwood is sensational. I'm looking forward to going to [the new training ground in] Kirkby and all these things. There is always a step forward."

"We all want to keep the past and traditions and all that stuff, but there needs to be a step forward. It is important that is our attitude. You cannot make that step in three or four years by making sure that I stay until 2000-and-something. It just makes sure that I will stay until then," Klopp concluded.

The 52-year-old who was appointed as Liverpool boss in the second half of 2015, has been a success at Anfield, getting them to play attractive football while also leading them to the Champions League title last season.