He is really back on the landscape.' One senses Klopp is delighted the glory is being shared around his squad as we enter the final weekend of the Premier League season with Liverpool still in with a chance of their first championship since 1990.
But he added that he did not expect any drop off from the Abu-Dhabi-owned Manchester City.
"As long as City are around with the quality they have, the power, the financial power and that stuff, then it's not any other team that will pass them easily, that's clear", said Klopp. Alisson excelled against Barcelona - "He saved our lives then", Klopp said - and the £67m buy was the world's most expensive goalkeeper before losing that tag to Kepa Arrizabalaga four weeks later.
"If I would start telling you all the positive things I could say about this team, we could sit here and go until an hour before the Champions League final starts". And Pep Guardiola and his side would do their best to ensure there's as little drama as possible today. 'What can I say about the energy Hendo and Millie (James Milner) and Fabinho showed against Barcelona.
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Liverpool will face Tottenham in the Champions League final on June 2.
He suggested this was the first real title bid the Anfield club had made since he took charge.
Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool's stunning Champions League victory over Barcelona is "worth more than silverware". That was the season we played and next year we will play another season, a different season.
Roberto Firmino is expected to sit out for another week, but the Brazilian will make his comeback in the Champions League finals. "If we don't learn to deal with players better, it's the only chance to kill this wonderful game". That is what we must accept, and we do accept. "When you think about how much he was not playing, maybe you think that I don't like the player that much or I don't trust him too much".
"It wasn't only after we brought him into another position, because he had brilliant games in other positions, no doubt [about] that, in the number six for example".
It was anticipated that Manchester City and Liverpool would take the title down to the wire. But that is how it is, no problem. We have to make an ever bigger one for the next few years because nobody sleeps in this business.