"Watford had their chances but we scored ours".
Liverpool's opener came when they broke from a corner, with Sadio Mané playing Salah through one-on-one with Kiko Femenia.
It was, perhaps, a flight of fancy to think he would break his habit following a run-of-the-mill victory over Watford but there was one revealing moment before Salah headed out of Anfield, when he turned around and said: 'I should have had a hat-trick'.
The Dutchman's injury was the only cloud on a day when Mohamed Salah took his tally to four goals in his last three matches, and 13 for the season, with a brilliant double against the Hornets.
'The first goal was just a world-class goal, ' Klopp purred, before adding: 'The second was as well'.
Klopp's side are in a strong position to win their first-ever Premier League title after building up a significant lead at the top of the table. He has 84 goals in 126 games, Suarez got 82 in 133.
He said on beIN SPORTS: "That's another game Liverpool can chalk off".
Georginio Wijnaldum was forced off against Watford with an injury (Peter Byrne/PA).
The Reds will play at least two matches in Qatar as they will take part in either the final or the third-fourth place play-off next Saturday.
Following Mohamed Salah's near impossible tight-angle goal on Tuesday night against RB Salzburg, the Egyptian king has once again stunned Anfield after scoring twice against Watford. It is just something we will have a look at when we are there.
"At this stage, you have to show resilience and I believe we did that today. We've won a few games 1-0, so it's fine".
Liverpool will need to fight through this intense period and it is clear the amount of fixtures is preying on Klopp's mind.
Klopp, who moved to Anfield in 2015, guided Liverpool to Champions League glory in June and they are now eight points clear at the top of the Premier League.
Abdoulaye Doucoure then completely miscued with the goal at his mercy from Etienne Capoue's clever cut-back with what incredibly was only the second most embarrassing mishit of the half from Watford.
"For me personally this is a statement of intent, one which is built on my knowledge of what we as a partnership have achieved so far and what is still there for us to achieve", the 52-year-old Klopp told Liverpool's official website.