STORY: Runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool had to come from behind - and needed some help from two goalkeeping blunders - to beat lowly West Ham United 3-2 in a thrilling game and maintain their 100% home record on Monday.
For 13 second-half minutes against West Ham at Anfield, Liverpool's historic season appeared to be heading straight for an unexpected road block, with David Moyes's relegation-threatened team taking a 2-1 lead after goals from Issa Diop and Pablo Fornals had cancelled out Georginio Wijnaldum's eighth-minute opener.
However, Liverpool's quality shone through and goals from Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane gave Liverpool a hard earned victory.
But Klopp warned that the Hammers will not be a soft touch, particularly with the Reds missing captain Jordan Henderson for three weeks due to a hamstring injury.
It was a 21st consecutive home league win for Liverpool - equalling the all-time English record set by their predecessors in 1972 and setting a Premier League record - and an 18th successive league win that equalled the top-flight record set by Manchester City.
After his heroics last season, however, he will want to get back in the side on a consistent basis and Gomez must forget his West Ham showing and get back to the form that won him a place in the side in the first place.
"I think if you asked Liverpool fans whether they would take big money for the other five, they would all say no, no matter what the money". I couldn't have wished for a better position to go into these last 11 games.
"It's so special, the numbers are incredible, so hard".
"I never thought it was possible but each one of (the victories are) really hard".
"I think we passed the moment where we treat him like a young boy, he is just a proper member of the squad", added Klopp.
Defeat leaves West Ham on 24 points from 27 games, a point behind Aston Villa in the safety zone. "But Hendo wouldn't have played every game between now and the end of season".
"Nobody thought: "Oh, in the league we're fine".
"If we can cut out the mistakes then I'm sure we'll be all right".