His record in cup finals is simply bad as he has now lost six out of his last seven major finals, including that painful 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in last season's Champions League final.
"The onus is also on Tottenham after their result against Watford so I think Liverpool will be comfortable in giving Spurs the ball, but when they win it back they'll get at them".
Speaking to reporters, Klopp said on his new £43million man: "I don't like to compare players but we had similar question about Robbo and Oxlade and I'm not sure if Sadio (Mane) played from the beginning, but I think he had a full pre-season". Sir Alex Ferguson's 2007/08 side remain the only team in Premier League history to win the a league and Champions League double.
"But the characteristics are ideal to play football".
Liverpool go into the game sitting top of the table following four wins from their first four games - their best-ever start to a Premier League campaign and one which has reinforced suggestions that they could be genuine title challengers this season.
"To focus on one competition can only be if you are already out, or almost out, or if it's late in the season". A lot of people watch our games when we play Champions League and that's our job that we do the best we can do in all these games.
"If it's late in the season that you see you have a chance to do that or do this and all that stuff".
"And I do genuinely think they have a chance and to give themselves the best possible chance, and to remove one of those risks would be to not have too many matches for their best XI".
"As a United fan, I am very concerned about them", Neville told The Times.
If Klopp can keep this team together for the next few years, then surely success will follow.