Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted his job is in the line if things don’t improve with his team.
The Reds slumped to a sixth defeat of 2017 with a poor showing at the King Power Stadium.
Leicester, who recently saw the dismissal of Claudio Ranieri’s, put the Mersyside club to the sword courtesy of two goals from Jamie Vardy and one from Danny Drinkwater.
The result means Liverpool must turn things around soon or face missing out on Champions League football for a third season in a row.
“It’s getting more serious now,” he said after the game.
“We all play for our future, myself included.
“We get judged every day, especially on match days. Of course performances have influence on these things.
“I feel maximum responsible because I am. I hope I use the word ‘we’ and not ‘they’ because I’m involved in this.”
Liverpool will have a chance to make amends when they host Arsenal on Saturday night.
A win over the Gunners would see them leapfrog Arsene Wenger’s side in the Premier League table and see them return to the top four.