"Salah is ready to work for the team and it is normal that sometimes he doesn't score", Klopp said. "It is completely normal everyone expects that", added the Reds boss.
A good result and performance against Southampton will be ideal for Fabinho to get his eye in and get his Liverpool career up and running before he goes on, undoubtedly, to become a crucial player for Klopp.
"There is always the caveat that he has to stay fit, but if he can avoid getting injured then we know how good he is".
Salah committed an error during Tuesday's 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain when he gave away possession in the buildup to Kylian Mbappe's equalising goal. "I would never do that, the players should never do that - only the supporters are allowed to do that".
"We didn't win anything so far - not in the past and not this season - so let's use the momentum and create a new momentum".
Mohamed Salah has scored only two goals in six games this season and is now on a three-game goal drought - his joint-longest run without a goal since joining Liverpool.
Klopp, managing his 600th career game, took off full debutant Xherdan Shaqiri at the break, replacing the Switzerland global with James Milner. "We will see. He is not for the squad for the weekend, of course, but we will see how soon we can try to involve him again".
Liverpool have now won all six of their Premier League games.
Add to this things like penalties, counter-pressing and the throw-ins they have been working on with Thomas Gronnemark, and they can score from nearly any situation.
What Saturday does represent is a great chance to make this happen, and with the way that Klopp has got this squad humming and buzzing at the moment, you would think that this is something they will be arriving to achieve and should do.