Liverpool’s 2-1 win at Southampton on Tuesday closed the gap on Premier League leaders Manchester City to one point and ensured the title race will be decided on the final day.
Klopp’s side host Wolves on Sunday while City welcome Aston Villa to the Etihad – both live on Sky Sports – and Klopp has been boosted by the potential return of several key players.
Joe Gomez was forced off at half-time during the win at St Mary’s. Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk were injured during last weekend’s FA Cup final, while Fabinho hasn’t played since May 10.
“Joe Gomez has good news, we want a reassuring second scan. But we thought after the game we were lucky. It’s just a knock,” Klopp said.
“The rest of the boys look all good, what we do for the weekend, I don’t know yet.
“Mo doesn’t want to take any risks, no doubt about that but it looks good.
“My solution is they can play at the weekend or at least be on the bench. If not, we take it from there.”
Liverpool’s slim chances of completing an unprecedented Quadruple remain intact, but they will need a helping hand from former captain and current Villa boss Steven Gerrard.
However, Klopp is not expecting any special favours and is focused on making sure his side takes care of business first.
“Steven will take it seriously for sure,” he said. “Aston Villa plays to win but it’s a difficult place to go.
“But this is the game I am not thinking about at all. It’s disrespectful to Wolves who don’t want to come and be part of our celebrations. They come here and want to win.”