Liverpool fans hope Van Dijk will help them to secure qualification to the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals when they host Porto on Tuesday night in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round of 16. (But) we're not a little bit satisfied to be honest.
"This year we belong there to be honest, it should not be a big surprise and the next round will be very hard, there are seven other very good teams involved, so maybe five or four are from England, it doesn't make it easier to be honest".
A three-time Champions League victor with Real Madrid, Casillas' love affair with the competition began in November 1997 when, at the age of 16, he was taken out of school to be in Real Madrid's squad for a Champions League group game at Rosenborg. "I don't like to talk about the future but if we continue like that in this form, we can see ourselves in the final".
Klopp's men have made a habit of fast starts in Europe this season, but took time to warm to their task with the German having made five changes in all from the side that beat Newcastle at the weekend. "I'm looking forward to it", Klopp said.
"But it doesn't really matter who the next team is; if you want to win this competition you have to come up against them eventually".
But Klopp admits his side are ready to take on anyone.
"Adam, absolutely, was an integral part of the team and with the competition we have for Adam it is still usually not a problem for him, because he is important to us", he said.
Once all the games have been completed, the draw will take place live at UEFA's headquarters in Switzerland on Friday 16 March at 11 am GMT.
"There are seven other very good teams that will be involved". We need to be patient; they will play deep and will not attack us. "But I don't think anyone wants us".
For a club with Liverpool's European prestige and history, nine years out of the Champions League's last eight is some wait.