The Reds sealed their place in the semi-finals of Europe’s top-tier tournament with a 5-1 aggregate win over Man City, and now take on AS Roma on April 24 and May 2.
Though many supporters are rightly anticipating another historic run on the continent, Klopp is only interested in finishing in the top four of the Premier League for now.
Speaking to reporters at Melwood on Friday, the manager insisted his side cannot take their eye off the ball.
“Our whole life is qualifying for the Champions League,” he explained.
“The games against Rome are about qualifying for the final, and all the other games are about qualifying for the Champions League next season.
“When we face Roma we will be ready for those games, that’s it.”
Klopp also discussed Mohamed Salah‘s Golden Boot battle with Harry Kane, as well as stressing that he has no concern over the Egyptian leaving the club this summer.
And Klopp discussed the decision to postpone the use of VAR in the Premier League, saying “I really would prefer that they have the right decisions, but it needs to be fixed before that.”