Now the Reds will look to build momentum against Newcastle.
The mega-rich Magpies are unbeaten in their four games so far and have their sights set on joining the top flight’s elite in the coming years.
Certaintly, Klopp will not be underestimating Eddie Howe’s visitors.
And while Liverpool have had their injury problems during the formative stage of the campaign, they are beginning to welcome back players.
In training on Monday, Curtis Jones and Joel Matip were both involved.
Jones hasn’t played so far this term, having suffered a calf injury. He will bolster Klopp’s midfield options, with Thiago Alcantara, Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain all sidelined.
Matip, meanwhile, featured in the 2-2 opening-day draw against Fulham before sustaining a groin problem.
Meanwhile, summer signing Calvin Ramsay is finally rubbing shoulders with the likes of Mo Salah, Luis Diaz and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the training pitch.
After arriving from Aberdeen for up to £6.5 million, Liverpool flagged up an issue they found when conducting the right-back’s medical.
The Reds have since been cautious with the 19-year-old. He did not play for Klopp’s side in any of their pre-season matches.
Although back training, Ramsay may be bedded in slowly to the first team.
Elliott solo training
But in the training photos released, there was somewhat of a Harvey Elliott concern.
The attacking midfielder came off at half-time against Bournemouth - after scoring his maiden Premier League goal when putting Liverpool 2-0 ahead with a sublime finish.
Elliott was snapped at the Kirkby-based training ground but was not pictured with the main group.
One image showed the teenager working with the club’s fitness coach Jordan Fairclough.
After the Bournemouth win, however, Klopp was hopeful Elliott’s injury wasn’t too serious.
“Harvey felt just a little bit in another game,” said the Liverpool boss.
“We wouldn’t have taken him off, but being 5-0 up we thought if that’s not the moment then the moment will never come again.
“Nothing after the game, assessment now, spoke now only recently with the physio. [He] should be completely fine.”
Darwin Nunez was involved in the session as he prepares to serve the final game of a three-match suspension.