"We are professionals so it's the next opportunity for us to get a result, even when it's not for the table".
As most Premier League sides tend to rest some of their first-team players for the early rounds of the League Cup, Tuesday's tie may serve as the flawless opportunity for Origi and others now in the background at Anfield to show Klopp that no further incomings are required.
Liverpool should definitely expect Burton to attack.
"Then we play at Burnley, we have 81% possession but cannot score a goal so now you can say we need another striker if you want".
He has brought entertaining football back to Burton Albion and it's exciting to see.
Emre Can and Divock Origi could also feature as Liverpool look to put their disappointing defeat against Burnley in the Premier League at the weekend behind them as swiftly as possible, while Danny Ings and Lazar Markovic - who have both been on the fringes of the squad - could come into contention.
A week on from the Arsenal game, Liverpool travelled to Turf Moor to take on Burnley.
"Physically, he can make another step", the manager said.
The Liverpool manager signed Germany Under-21 goalkeeper Loris Karius, Southampton winger Sadio Mane, Schalke defender Joel Matip, Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic, veteran shot stopper Alex Manninger, Estonia captain Ragnar Klavan and Newcastle United midfielder Giorginio Wijnaldum.
Klopp confirmed that there were no new injuries ahead of the meeting with former Liverpool forward Nigel Clough's side.
Away fans pubs: The Beech Inn, around a five-minute walk from the ground, The Great Northern Pub on Wetmore Road, as well as drinks being served in the ground too.
"Of course we will make changes [but] it's not likely that we change seven or eight positions", he said.
"Last year, we were in the final, it was nice".
"We have never shown a lack of respect for one tournament and for sure we should show that again".
It's certainly an opportunity for several players to put themselves in contention for the game at the weekend against Tottenham as well as the fixtures that will follow the forthcoming global break.
Although a relative veteran at the age of 32, Stuart Beavon has been a key man for Burton since joining from Preston North End in 2014.
The diminutive Beavon has been something of a journeyman throughout his career, but it looks as though his peak years are coming in his 30s.
Kickoff is set for 7:45PM BST/2:45PM EST on Tuesday from Pirelli Stadium in Burton upon Trent. This is Anfield will have live coverage throughout the night.