Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted he’s worried about the team Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is building at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea signed six new first-team players during the past transfer window which has transformed the outlook of the team.

Klopp feels it’s no longer going to be a straight challenge for the title between him and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola but Lampard is now in the mix.

“I’m happy about Pep signing a new contract,” Klopp said, as quotes by Express.

“But I’m a little bit afraid it won’t be Guardiola against Klopp over the next few years as it looks like Frank (Lampard) and Chelsea are building a proper team there.

“Man United will not stay without trying and Arsenal will do the same and are in a good way as well.

“Tottenham look really dangerous this year. Leicester are obviously and 100% Wolves will not sleep.

“I’ll have forgotten somebody, not because I’m being disrespectful but because I’ve seen the development of a lot of other teams and see the steps they make.”