But asked in his post-match interview with BBC Sport if he saw it as a “luxury” of options, Klopp dismissed it as necessary.
“Luxury…it’s what we need,” he replied.
“There are four competitions out there, and believe me, I spoke [with David Moyes] about that as well, David had that last year, constantly Thursday-Sunday is a tough one.
“If you play Champions League you might play Tuesday from time to time and then Saturday or Sunday, whatever.
“The difference here now is 100 percent clear, between Thursday and Sunday you don’t have a lot of time.
“We need to get used to that. For that we need a full squad, definitely.
“I spoke about that after the game. I loved the impact of the players when they come on, the positivity of all the players who came on.
“[To] really get the rhythm as quick as possible and make difference is just top class.
“It happened now a few times and we have to keep that until the end of the season.”
Szoboszlai has now started all six games in the Premier League while Mac Allister, Elliott and Jones have largely shared the minutes for various reasons.
That “luxury,” or so it was put, is of paramount importance if Liverpool plan to go all the way on four fronts.