And ahead of Liverpool's Champions League group opener against Paris Saint-Germain, the Egypt worldwide has revealed that there were four Reds legends who were must-haves when he would play as Liverpool on Federation Internationale de Football Association.
Fabinho joined Liverpool from AS Monaco in the summer transfer window for an initial fee reported by Sky Sports to be worth £39.3 million.
Arguably the two best attacking triumvirates in Europe - Liverpool's trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane and the PSG equivalent of Neymar, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani - go head-to-head tonight in the Champions League.
"I don't want to complain about the World Cup", Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said. City had gone unbeaten and we managed to beat them. The Liverpool front three is well known for pulling players out of position with clever runs and if Kimpembe can be isolated, Liverpool could score several goals.
Klopp knows it is early days, but he is delighted with the progress his team has made as he hailed their best performance of the season so far.
Liverpool have not only a powerful first-choice team but a huge range of options on the bench to make up the sort of squad that looks ready to challenge for the title.
"I do think that PSG have lacked character and experience in each of their last two eliminations", said the 45-year-old.
They have already fired 19 between them during this campaign - so 199 in total; Liverpool 99, PSG 100. We are a challenger and we are a challenger again for pretty much everything, especially in each game.
His failure to get a strong connection on a corner kick in the first half resulted in the ball falling onto the head of Wijnaldum who, only just, nodded it across the line. Erik Lamela scored a consolation goal for the hosts in stoppage time.
"I can not wait to play this game in a great atmosphere", the Brazil worldwide said.
"We've seen Mbappe in the World Cup, he graced the stage better than Neymar and was able to showcase his skills". "We expect a blistering start, but we will give everything because we also know that we can count on our supporters to give us a boost".
"Of course, it's important that we don't have only one goal-scorer", Klopp said after an impressive 2-1 win over Tottenham on Saturday that should have been a far more comprehensive victory if the visitors had taken their chances.