“It seems like it’s a real chance,” Wijnaldum told Liverpoolfc.com.
“But we must look at it from round to round, and try to win the games to get to the final and then try to win it. It’s an opportunity to win a trophy and we must do everything to achieve that. That’s what we’re going to do.
“So it doesn’t matter when or where you play against another team – you have to win it to win the trophy. And to be fair, there are no easy games in the Premier League and the cup.”
“It was really impressive,” said the Dutchman.
“We must be fair – Tottenham were also playing with a lot of young players. But we have a good squad with a lot of quality. The players showed that on Tuesday.
“I think it’s a good sign for a team that you have players who can come in and fit into the team immediately, and it’s easy to make changes for a manager, that it’s not a problem when someone is out and you can change to a player with good quality. It’s a good thing for the team.
“You see a lot of young players when they come into the first team and play a big game, they are nervous and you don’t see their quality immediately.
“I don’t know if they were nervous but it didn’t seem like it. They just played their game and played how they train.
“I was really impressed. It’s not easy for a young player to play in a big game for a big club. A lot of players get nervous and lose confidence, but I didn’t see it in these players.”
Klopp now has a decision on his hands ahead of Saturday’s match at Crystal Palace, whether to bring Wijnaldum back in the starting XI, or put Emre Can back in alongside Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana. Can’s added height could prove decisive to combat Palace’s aerial ability.