After seven-and-a-half weeks out due to injury and illness, Thiago is currently on a run of five consecutive appearances for the Reds.
To do so, Thiago will need to avoid the ongoing problems he has faced since joining Liverpool from Bayern Munich in 2020, with his longest run of starts for the club standing at seven.
Ahead of the visit of Leeds on Wednesday night, which should see the No. 6 restored to the starting lineup, Klopp was asked if he believes if this is his best period with the club so far.
“I’m not so sure, I think last season, the last eight, nine games, he played pretty consistently all the games if I’m right,” the manager replied.
“Which, as I remember it, was a pretty good spell as well!”
But as Klopp addressed Thiago‘s fitness issues, he acknowledged that the club are still working towards finding the best rhythm for the 30-year-old.
“I think we all agree, Thiago agrees, there were moments when he struggled injury-wise, that’s how it is,” he continued.
“Then coming back, even with his quality it’s not that you can get rhythm all the time immediately. You can get rhythm, but not always immediately.
“It’s very helpful if you can stay fit for a longer period.
“It’s not so important if you play the first 60 [minutes], or the last 30, or 45 or whatever. We have to try to find the right intensity for him.
“Even when we work now longer together, obviously it’s still not ages and it’s not that we know absolutely everything.
“That’s why we try to – without keeping him outside when he’s ready to play – do the right things. That’s worked out now the last few games.
“That he’s a very, very good player, we were never in doubt about that. His skillset is insane.
“But it’s all about staying fit. That’s what we are working on together.”