Klopp revealed he could hand Joe Gomez his first Premier League appearance this season after the 19-year-old featured for Liverpool's U23s in their 3-1 win over Leicester on Monday.
On reported interest in Joe Hart, Klopp: "Usually we don't talk about things like this".
The Reds' No.21 feels that he has been at the club "long enough" that "if the time comes" for him to leave then he will do so "with the feeling that I did everything I could".
"The young ones have made really big steps with Kamil [Grabara] and Caoimhin [Kelleher] and the situation around our goalkeepers is really good".
"Hopefully they will stay fit until the end of the season".
However, reports say that Jurgen Klopp is leading the race for Hart at the moment and is determined to sign him after still not being convinced by Simon Mignolet despite a few good weeks between the posts recently. "And that's no problem - it's actually the only thing we think about. I understand the question but I can not give the answer probably a few people want but we think about it all the time".
The news will come as a huge boost to the former Burnley striker, who has suffered a nightmare spell with injury since his move to the Merseyside giants back in the summer of 2015. He has said, at different times over the course of the season that Anfield might or could be the last stop in his career. "I believe that this joint effort makes it significantly more likely".
"Danny Ward is at Huddersfield and playing a brilliant season".
Those cushions will start to feel pretty tenuous if United and Arsenal can pick up six points from their two extra fixtures, but ultimately, Liverpool's top four hopes rest on their own shoulders.