is going to be analysed," said Van Dijk.
"No one is going to look at the good things that you do. Everybody is going to watch the bad things and that is how it is. But I will discuss it with the people who want to make me better, who can make me better, that is the manager and the players around me."
Yet, there were signs of why Liverpool waited to get their man in January after an initial move for Van Dijk stalled last summer in last wee k e n d ' s 2-2 draw wi t h top-four rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Van Dijk largely kept the Premier League's top scorer Harry Kane quiet until a frantic finale in which Spurs were awarded two controversial penalties - the second of which for a foul by Van Dijk on Erik Lamela in virtually the last action of the game.
"No one will talk about my performance in general. We defended very well, had two penalties against us with a lot of question marks around them, but no one is going to talk about that," added Van Dijk.
"But I know that as a team we did very well against one of the best strikers in Europe."
Both teams are in need of the points at dif-