The Reds’ boss refused to be drawn into petty games with Jose Mourinho, saying he was not interested in the Man United manager’s comments after Monday’s 0-0 draw at Anfield.
“Nobody is ruled out and Gini is on the way back. If nothing happens today or tomorrow, we have a big squad,” explained Klopp.
The boss also backed Loris Karius to improve, saying: “Of course he has to improve, he can improve. I feel quite comfortable, everything’s good.”
There was words of praise for Lallana ahead of his 100th appearance for the club: “Since I came he’s been at a constantly high level. It’s all good with Adam, everything is cool.”
This game last season ended in a 2-2 draw and saw the Reds celebrate with the Kop after a late equaliser, on West Brom, Klopp said:
“The differences between the Premier League and all the other leagues in world football is that [there are] big individual qualities in all of these teams.
“Nobody will go through and have at the end 120 points or something because there are a lot of difficult hurdles to jump over and West Brom is for sure one of them. They fight for every point.
“I respect them all and I showed it last year when we played West Brom. I celebrated the point and it was a little bit surprising for most of the people but I was happy.
“I don’t know in this moment if I would celebrate a draw again, it depends on the game we play on Saturday. Everything’s possible.”