Elliott has been back in full training for two-and-a-half weeks, having spent four months on the sidelines after suffering a fracture-dislocation in his ankle in the 3-0 win over Leeds in September.
The 18-year-old made a stunning start to the season having earned a starting spot in midfield, and has since worked closely with Liverpool’s medical staff to ensure a smooth recovery.
His first taste of action will be on Sunday in the FA Cup fourth-round clash with Cardiff, with Klopp even weighing up a place in his starting lineup.
“We really have to thank Andreas Schlumberger for that, our head of rehab here, he was very in it, very patient,” he said on Friday.
“But Harvey was the perfect client, if you want. He did pretty much everything we told him, without asking why or whatever.
“He’s in a good place, in full team training now.
“We have to see, we have to see what is right for him. Is it right to start? Is it right to come on?
“But he will be in the squad definitely for the Cardiff game, and from there we go.
“Most of the things look completely natural, absolutely really quick, after a long, long period without proper team training.
“When we saw him for the first time [back], we thought immediately, ‘maybe we take him with us’! But it made obviously no sense.
“So he has now step by step to get back to his best, but he is close, very close.”