"Of course. Of course everyone expects that, that is clear".
"Finishing is something that you can never take for granted. It is completely normal everyone expects that".
More worryingly for Saints fans was Liverpool's dominance in this fixture last season as Klopp's men won both meetings (3-0 & 2-0), but prior to the 2017/18 campaign Saints had won three of the previous five meetings and Liverpool amazingly only managed to score in one of those five matches.
"We want to compete for every competition like we did previous year, and we wanted to start well this time", Van Dijk was quoted as saying by beIN Sports. He lost the ball before we conceded the second against PSG, it was not the reason I took him off.
While he has by no means endured a torrid start to the season, Mo Salah has also not quite looked at his best and against PSG, he looked exhausted.
"That's why I think Liverpool have been better in Europe as opposed to the Premier League".
"I'd love to play in their front three, I'd fit in flawless!"
"He's taking his time like he did last season".
While last season all the praise was lavished on Liverpool's front three, so far it has been the midfield which has been winning all the plaudits.
"The most important thing is physically he is in a very good shape, which helps".
Klopp revealed Dejan Lovren, who has yet to feature in a match-day squad after returning from the World Cup with a hip problem, is edging closer to full fitness.
The crowd was electric throughout a dramatic 90 minutes which was closed out by a late victor from Roberto Firmino, securing Liverpool's sixth win from six games this season.
"Ox is a different situation but it's so nice to have Ox around", added Klopp.
"He had, for sure, moments like this, but he's such a positive [person]".