Speaking to reporters after the game, Klopp hailed the impact of Woodburn who, at 17 years and 45 days old, became Liverpool’s youngest ever goalscorer.
However, the German also underlined the importance of patience, as the youngster continues his development.
“I am really happy for him,” he said, “I am only worried about you all getting carried away!”
But he was pleased with Liverpool’s improving defence, noting the shift in dynamic: now keeping clean sheets regularly, but no longer scoring with the freedom of the season’s first months.
“Four weeks ago, we had no clean sheets. Now we get clean sheets but don’t score six goals any more,” he continued.
“We are in a good moment but we have to carry on. Hopefully it stays like this.”
Liverpool are now through to the semi-final draw, which takes place after Man United and West Ham‘s clash at Old Trafford on Wednesday night, with Hull City and one of Arsenal or Southampton also in the hat.