While others have been frustrated, Liverpool have had a great transfer window, with Klopp addressing weak spots in his squad and spending big to try and plug the gaps.
"They've got a manager in Jurgen Klopp who the players have got a lot of faith in and they've got fans who will keep this team going".
With Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan all carrying injuries, Virgil van Dijk cruised through the first half alongside Under-23 defender Nathaniel Philips.
By signing the likes of Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri, Klopp has instilled a real strength in depth this summer along with the strong acquisitions, such as Naby Keita and Alisson, that have made people sit up and start to believe the club could compete right at the top end of the table.
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Klopp has not ruled out captain Jordan Henderson featuring on Sunday despite only returning to training at the weekend.
Jurgen Klopp has defended Liverpool's transfer policy this summer after they spent more than any of their Premier League rivals - £177million in total.
Goals were clearly not a problem for Liverpool last season and while Salah, Mane and Firmino will lead the charge once again, Daniel Sturridge appears to be back to somewhere near full fitness and young Ben Woodburn will continue to develop.
Ferdinand understandably doesn't have much faith heading into the new season and mirrors the frustrations of the club's fans.
The Champions League finalists will kick off as second favourites behind Manchester City, and they're seen as the Citizens' main rivals for a reason, as they dished out one of only two City defeats of the Premier League season a year ago.