Taking a point from the Blues is hopefully to start of a turnaround in form for Liverpool, who suffered a miserable run throughout January.
But Klopp will be taking nothing for granted as he prepares his side to take on 19th-placed Hull, and speaking ahead of the trip to Humberside, he praised Silva’s work with the Tigers.
“I’m impressed, what can I say? It was a pretty interesting challenge,” he said.
“We [assess them] today, finally. A lot of the boys watched the game [vs. Man United].
“A lot of different lineups and systems in games. Even against the power and strength of United, it was OK.
“Without confidence because of the results, Marco Silva is obviously a good manager.”
Wijnaldum netted the equaliser against Chelsea in midweek, taking his tally for the season to three, and will be hoping to add another and help secure victory over Hull.