JURGEN Klopp believes Burnley will beat the drop in the Premier League this season despite seeing his title-challenging Liverpool side record a 4-2 win over the Clarets on Sunday.

Sean Dyche's side took the lead at Anfield direct from Ashley Westwood's corner but the Reds responded Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane scoring twice.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson scored Burnley's second with some shaky Clarets defending not helping their cause.

But Klopp, whose side are now a point behind leaders Manchester City, believes Dyche's me have what it takes to stay up.

"Of course, Burnley has too much quality," said the Liverpool boss.

"I can imagine how it is with the 30 points and the results on Saturday, but as a Burnley fan, I wouldn't be too worried."

Burnley are just two points clear of the bottom three in 17th after relegation rivals Cardiff City, Southampton, Brighton and Newcastle United all recorded wins on Saturday.

The Clarets host Leicester City on Saturday before a fortnight off owing to the international break.