The Reds are looking for their first win in the English top flight in three games when they take to Wembley this weekend, lifted by their 7-0 victory over Maribor in midweek.
Klopp’s side are, despite perceptions of dismal form, now unbeaten in their last five outings, having not lost in the league since their 5-0 mauling at the hands of Man City on September 9.
They head to the capital four points behind Mauricio Pochettino’s Spurs, however, and speaking on Friday afternoon, the German acknowledged the challenge ahead.
“We’ve played well so far [against Spurs], everybody can look forward to it,” he said.
“We don’t hesitate. Both teams don’t hesitate with any effort, any investment. Both teams are always spot on, want to do the best.
“So far Tottenham did it a little better than we did results-wise [this season]. We can still play better than we did so far, it’s a really interesting game.”
Klopp also discussed Senegal manager Aliou Cisse’s claims Sadio Mane would be fit for November’s World Cup qualifiers, saying “I don’t know how he can know; I don’t know.”
And the German was optimistic about the trip to Wembley, explaining: “We don’t feel bad when we see Wembley. It’s a good place, a wonderful stadium.”
Looking set to curb their so-so run and embark on a winning streak, Liverpool will be eager to consign their Wembley frustrations to history.
To do so, they will need to produce their first win away to Spurs since 2014, and their first win at Anfield South since 2012.