​Liverpool midfielder Wijnaldum: We've enough games to turnaround

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Liverpool midfielder Gini Wijnaldum believes they can turn around their fortunes in the Premier League.

The Reds are now adrift of the Champions League spots, and must start winning to get back into the top four.

Their latest setback was a shocking Merseyside derby defeat to Everton, their first lost at home to the Toffees in the Premier League since 1999.

But with 13 games still to play, Wijnaldum says his team can still move up the table.

"This is a new situation we are in right now," Wijnaldum told Liverpool's official website.

"In the previous seasons when we created so many chances, we always scored a goal. And now we're in a period where we create a lot of chances but don't score the goal.

"It's frustrating, especially when you're on the pitch and you're playing. You don't want to feel sorry for yourself and don't want to go into the victim role.

"You just want to deal with the situation and try to bring it to a better end, or a good end, even if you know that you have a lot of injuries. I think that's how we should look at the situation, not be the victims but just try to turn it around.

"We have a lot of games to turn it around - if we're going to look at the situation as victims, it's going to be worse.

"What we can do is just try to give everything, try to keep confident, and work all together to bring it (the season) to a better end."