Liverpool have won just once in their last 10 in all competitions and have dropped out of the top four for the first time since October.
A 2-0 defeat against Hull last weekend drew heavy criticism for a Liverpool side on the slide but Clyne insists the Reds simply have to prove themselves when Tottenham visit Anfield tomorrow (5.30pm).
“We know that we owe the manager and the fans a big performance,” Clyne told the Liverpool Echo.
“It wasn’t good enough against Hull and there has to be a response. The fans will be up for it and we need to give them a boost.
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“We haven’t won at home for a while and we have got to put that right. It won’t be easy because Tottenham are a very good side. But we've got the ability to beat them.
“We’ve proved we can beat anyone in this league this season and we need to get back on track.”
Klopp is renowned for not holding back his emotions on the touchline and last weekend last weekend he looked exasperated at his team’s failed attempts to break through Hull.
And Clyne understood his manager's frustrations.
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“I wouldn’t say it was the angriest I’ve seen him but he was certainly passionate,” Clyne added.
“Like all of us, he was hurting from us losing the game.
“He wants to win, we all want to win, and that wasn’t good enough. That’s the kind of game we should be winning.”