"The key now is not just winning but how you are performing", he added.
"You can't have 62 points without doing really good and we have the chance to get a few more".
The Cherries, 10th in the standings, have established themselves as top-flight mainstays under the tutelage of Eddie Howe.
Assuming what Reddy says is correct, Clyne's days playing at Liverpool under Klopp are surely numbered.
"It's nothing short of remarkable what he has done", says the No.20.
"Sometimes you need more time but I think the season from Chelsea is exceptional".
"King, Wilson, Fraser... all the way through, they have a good team and have caused us problems over the last couple of years", Lallana considers.
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"I understand why people seem frustrated by the Clyne decision, but in truth - the people who worked with him day in and out at Liverpool knew his physical limitations as well as his tactical and technical limitations to play as a fullback the way Klopp now demands", Reddy explained on The Athletic, per a screenshot posted on Reddit.
He said about the title race in his press conference: "I think the competition is so tough, the Premier League is so hard and still they are at the top of the table and are clear favourites to win the Premier League".
"We need to make sure we're focused. We work on the Bayern game [for his return], as you can imagine, but we don't know exactly".
A run of five losses in 12 Premier League matches, most notably a 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Bournemouth last month, has since taken the shine off the Italian's reputation.
So, while their situation could have been better, journalist Andy Brassell thinks it's still a great position to be in with 13 games left to play. I hope our version on Sunday will be the best'.
That information, however, will not form any part of the pre-match preparations for the Reds, according to Lallana.
"Large pushes" that can be positively impacted from the stands.