It represents an encouraging return to form after a disappointing season which saw Liverpool finish outside the top four for the first time in seven years.
However, with Liverpool picking up injuries to key players across the campaign and finding themselves embroiled in a title race once again, Klopp may be hoping to strengthen his squad in the January transfer window.
FootballTransfers takes a look at five players who could be on the move to Anfield next month.
Liverpool have been buoyed by Trent Alexander-Arnold’s performances this season but Klopp only has Joe Gomez to turn to as a senior backup to the right-back and opting for some depth could prove beneficial in the long run.
The Reds have been long-term fans of Jeremie Frimpong, but the Dutchman’s €40m release clause will only be active in the summer and Bayer Leverkusen have no intention to sell. This could see Liverpool turn to one of his compatriots.
Ajax youngster Devyne Rensch is reportedly being eyed by the Reds, Arsenal and Man Utd. The 20-year-old boasts ample top-level experience and could be sold in January as his contract expires in 2025.
Klopp’s January transfer plans may have been reworked after the news that Joel Matip will miss the remainder of the season with a cruciate ligament injury.
It has left Liverpool light at centre-back and could fast-track plans to sign a long-term successor to Matip, with the club believed to have a defender high on their priority list for next summer.
A whole host of players have been scouted but Sporting’s Goncalo Inacio remains a favourite of Liverpool’s due to his ability as a left-sided centre-back who has an appealing release clause of €60m, making a transfer fairly simple if it was affordable.
Liverpool’s midfield was unexpectedly revamped in the summer as the likes of Fabinho and Jordan Henderson left the club and, while summer arrival Alexis MacAllister and Wataru Endo have proven effective, Klopp’s side are still lacking that extra bit of quality at the number six spot.
The Frenchman was wanted by Liverpool during the summer but his price tag of €50m was considered excessive, however with his contract due to expire in 2025, Nice may consider a cut-price deal while Thuram’s value is still thriving.
Although perhaps a lower priority than the defensive side of the pitch for Liverpool, the right-wing spot remains an area of concern. Though FootballTransfers was able to reveal that Mohamed Salah is leaning towards extending his deal in the long term, he will be gone for AFCON in the short term.
Donyell Malen is a player who Liverpool have watched for a long time and the 24-year-old has netted four times this season, while Dortmund are believed to be willing to cash in on him for around €30m, making his transfer an intriguing option for the Reds.
The Dutchman is keen to leave, especially after the arrival of Jadon Sancho, and a move to the Premier League may be on the cards.
While the priority will undoubtedly be on securing depth for the remainder of the season, Liverpool will always consider good opportunities for youngsters if they arise.
The 17-year-old might cost a pretty penny but he has proven his ability to perform under pressure and could provide crucial minutes right away, while also securing Liverpool one of the best youngsters in the country.