Liverpool have been knocked out of the EFL Cup and the FA Cup while any chances of a late title charge were seemingly squashed after losing to Hull last week.
Just one win in their last 10 games in all competitions has meant they have dropped out of the top four for the first time since September.
Yet, despite their poor results Jurgen Klopp has somewhat escaped the usual criticism that comes with managing at a top Premier League club.
Jurgen Klopp has somewhat escaped heavy criticism for Liverpool's recent form
Harry Redknapp believes it would take a lot for Liverpool fans to turn on their manager
Brendan Rodgers went through a similar patch of form before Liverpool replaced him with Klopp over 18 months ago.
And Redknapp believes the German coach's reputation with the Liverpool fans has saved him from receiving heavy criticism for their recent form.
"I think anyone else would come under pressure at Liverpool, to go that amount of games without winning," Redknapp told Betsafe.
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Liverpool fans are not happy with the club's owners FSG
Liverpool have won just once in their last 10 games in all competitions
"You've had other managers who have come and gone in the past few years who have been on a good run, like Brendan, but obviously Klopp is well loved.
"The fans absolutely idolise him there so it would probably take two years of disaster for him to get the elbow.
"Certainly at the moment they are not looking particularly good."