He did add, however, that promoted Huddersfield are a good counter-attacking team, which Liverpool will need to beware of as they seek to fix the damage from last weekend's 4-1 defeat by Tottenham Hotspur. "He missed training yesterday but that's all at the moment". We need to be really hard and we are ready for the game.
"We have to defend better". After humbling Arsenal at Anfield in late August, it has all gone downhill for the Reds, losing Sadio Mane to injury and managing just two wins in their last ten games.
Klopp comes up against close friend David Wagner when Liverpool welcome Huddersfield, in what will be the first time the pair have met competitively as managers.
"I want to win that game and that means we have to beat Huddersfield".
"We are going to play against a fantastic offensive team again, they have some brilliant players and a lot of strings to play on", Lossl told his club's official website.
Wagner and Klopp played alongside each other at Mainz in 1991, before they worked together at Dortmund.
"We had a little chat on Monday but then it was clear for both of us".
The Terriers travel to Merseyside off the back of a famous 2-1 victory over Manchester United and sit just one point behind Liverpool in the Premier League table. "I didn't ask him how he was going to line up and I didn't ask him", said the German. Nobody would have expected that 20 or 30 years ago.
"It's not about the last game - in general, it's about the next game and what we think will be the best line-up, that's all".
There was better news of England's Adam Lallana and Senegal's Sadio Mane, who should be back after the next global break, which in Mane's case is slightly ahead of schedule.
Klopp said: "After the global break, Lallana and Mane should be back. It will be close, so hopefully they can train during the global break and be part of the normal training".