With just one game remaining for the league leaders, Liverpool’s Premier League campaign will be the last of the campaign, with the Reds already without a victory since January.
But if Klopp’s side is to qualify for next season’s Champions League, they will have to defeat a top-four side.
The Reds face a difficult task, however, and will face the prospect of a fourth successive defeat away to Arsenal at Anfield on Saturday.
After a comfortable 2-0 win at Watford on Saturday, Klopp’s men will hope to avoid another loss, with they will also be without captain Luis Suarez, who will miss out on the game after picking up a calf injury in the first half.
The Catalan has made two starts since his return to action following his return from suspension, but is yet to feature in any of Liverpool’s six league games since his initial return to the squad on the back of the hamstring injury.
After making his debut in the 4-2 win over Newcastle on Sunday, Suarez has been a regular fixture in Klopp’s starting XI since then, and was one of the first players to arrive for Klopp’s pre-season tour of the US, arriving in the country ahead of Liverpool and Tottenham.
“He’s a very good player and we will see how he reacts to training, but I think he is a good player,” Klopp said.
“I think he’s a young player.
He’s a player who is going to play a lot, I’m not saying that he’s going to be a great player.
But we need to be patient with him.
He needs time.”
It is understood that Suarez’s absence has had an impact on Klopp’s fitness, as he has not been playing in the team’s preseason games.
However, the Reds will be without a striker for most of the season, with Suarez having to take a back seat to Daniel Sturridge and Christian Benteke.
The 21-year-old has scored seven goals and assisted two more in 20 league appearances since returning from suspension on the opening day of the new season, having been omitted from the England squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Slovenia and Malta.