The Reds have their Champions League qualification fate in their own hands heading into the final weeks of the campaign. With six games remaining, they sit third in the table and will guarantee the top four with six victories.
That would represent a successful season at Anfield, even though the title challenge that had threatened to materialise earlier in the season never did.
Klopp, though, says it is a minimum requirement.
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Liverpool travel to West Bromwich Albion on Sunday, while fifth-placed Manchester United host league leaders Chelsea. Arsenal, in sixth, travel to Middlesbrough on Monday night while fourth-placed Manchester City are at Southampton on Saturday.
The Reds have plenty of injury worries, with Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana still sidelined. Emre Can was not pictured at training on Tuesday afternoon, while Sadio Mane is out for the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery earlier this week.