The Liverpool boss faced the media to answer questions about qualifying for the last 16, the form of Mohamed Salah and more before taking the evening session.
With just one more round of games remaining after Tuesday’s fixture in Spain, Liverpool know a positive result will have them on the cusp of the knock-out stage for the first time since 2008/09.
The Reds drew 2-2 at home with Sevilla in the opening group game this season, but recent form has been impressive and Klopp’s men will be hopeful of matching that result at the very least.
One massive positive for the Reds in the coming weeks will be the return to fitness of Adam Lallana.
The midfielder is back with the squad and has travelled to Spain, though Klopp may be tempted to hold back on reintroducing him to competitive action for now.
There’s certainly competition for places in midfield; Emre Can was left out against Southampton at the weekend and he, James Milner, Gini Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson could soon find themselves all battling for one or two places.
At the other end of the pitch, Mohamed Salah remains the big danger man for the Reds. His form this term has been frightening, and Klopp will hope for more of the same on Tuesday.
Sevilla, of course, was the side Alberto Moreno was signed from; the Spanish left-back has enjoyed a massive upturn in fortunes this season and has been one of Liverpool’s most consistent performers.
Spanish sides have given Liverpool a few issues under Klopp; Villarreal beat the Reds in the Europa League semi-final first leg in the German’s first campaign in charge, before Sevilla themselves won the final.
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Liverpool Squad in Training on Monday
Goalkeepers: Mignolet, Karius, Ward
Defenders: Lovren, Klavan, Gomez, Moreno, Alexander-Arnold, Robertson
Midfielders: Coutinho, Henderson, Can, Wijnaldum, Milner, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lallana, Grujic
Forwards: Firmino, Mane, Salah, Sturridge, Solanke, Ings*
*Not included in Liverpool’s Champions League squad.