The Reds will look to continue their progress in the FA Cup as they take on Paul Lambert’s Wolves at Anfield in their Saturday lunchtime kickoff, attempting to put bad form behind them.
“We had a few knocks after the game, and we’ll have to wait a little bit,” he told reporters.
“But we’ll have enough for a very good team, we won’t make 10 changes, but a few.
“A real injury problem? Adam Lallana got a cut, maybe you saw it. Not sure if we should now try if the stitches are really strong enough.
“We have to see how Clyney is, it would be great for us if he could play.
“We rested him now for the last game, hopefully he can be a part for tomorrow, we’ll have to see.
“Nothing new about Marko Grujic, nothing about Ingsy. We should be quite a good squad. Slightly more [experienced].”
Clyne has missed three games with his rib injury, returning midway through to start in the 3-2 defeat at home to Swansea City on January 21, clearly testing his resilience.
The 25-year-old may not have been expected to make the starting lineup against Wolves even if fit, however.
If Lallana is unavailable, however, Klopp could have more problems in his attempt to build a cohesive forward line.