The Brazil forward has been well short of his best form this year and his goal in Sunday's 3-0 victory over Leicester was only his sixth in 2020, while Klopp also boasts the free-scoring trio of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota.
"A football team is like an orchestra - you need people for different instruments". He plays something like twelve instruments in our orchestra and he is very important for our rhythm as a team.
"It's all about the players, it's about the England players, it's about all the players who will play in the European Championships next summer - if you don't start talking to (Sky) BT, we're done".
"I'm not concerned about anything with Bobby, but I know from time to time it happens that he scores a goal".
"His goal [against Leicester] was very important, but what I love most about the goal is the reaction of the boys".
"You saw on the bench we don't have a lot".
Salah missed Liverpool's win over Leicester after contracting COVID-19 on global duty with Egypt, but he was cleared to return to training on Monday in a big boost for Klopp. It's just a strong team and offensively - thank god! - we haven't had the same type of problems. "We can't only show up, we have to win the football games". Therefore, we've rounded up everything you might have missed from yesterday into one place. The rest is simply a decision on an office desk.
Liverpool received at Anfield a Leicester willing to punish the multiple casualties of those from Merseyside (Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Alexander-Arnold, Rhys Williams, Jordan Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, and Mo Salah).
"When could we do extra work?"
Everything's changed, but the contracts with the broadcasters are still: "We have this, so we keep this".
"But not all of it is born on the training pitch, because the schedule doesn't give us time to work on it".