Klopp's side do have a high octane playing style and, even with the summer's reinforcements, don't have as strong a depth as Manchester City so the point does seem pretty valid.
Despite Liverpool sitting top of the Premier League, Klopp said it is not possible for the five-time European Cup winners to put off their Champions League campaign, which begins on Tuesday when Paris Saint-Germain visit Anfield.
"I know that's very hard to do but if they could go into February, March, April without it, I think they could have a real chance [of winning the league] if they had free weeks".
Gary Neville has responded to Jurgen Klopp's criticism of him following Neville's discussion over whether or not the Reds could win the league as the ongoing rivalry between Sky pundit and Premier League manager rages on.
To be fair, the Reds haven't been at their best since the 4-0 win against West Ham on the opening day of the season. Four very efficient victories so far this season suggest that a bigger squad with greater depth in quality has given them better foundations that will be tested properly by Spurs today.
It is something Klopp disagrees with.
He was asked about Neville's view and responded exactly how you'd expect. Klopp told a news conference.
"Gary should come over and tell me exactly how that would work".
"It's not to be focussed and right in one game and then the job is done, football the energy is 10 months you need to be ready and its tough, yes, but in our contract and our salary that is why the club pay us because we need to be consistent in 10 months".
"If you watch the Watford game again, you see we played so slow, so sloppy, from the beginning".
They came close to ending that wait last season, but were beaten in the Champions League final by Real Madrid. That would be amusing. I don't understand, do we play our kids or what?To focus on one competition can only be if you are out, or almost out, or if it's late in the season.