Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will not rest players with the Champions League final in mind.

The Reds booked their place in the showpiece occasion against Real Madrid in Kiev on May 26 when they held on to progress 7-6 on aggregate against Roma on Wednesday night.

There might have been the temptation to make wholesale changes for the remaining league games against Chelsea and Brighton, but the German insists he will not switch off from Premier League duties.

"We have two semis again against Chelsea and Brighton and then we have two weeks. (The league) is equally important.

"It is not we can decide about leaving one out. We cannot play players who are not available.

"From Wednesday to Sunday (in terms of turnaround) is OK. The whole season is a constant challenge. We have fought hard for our position in the league.

"Of course it is a big advantage for Chelsea not playing (in the week). We can make life easier for us by winning at Chelsea."