The Liverpool manager was speaking after he watched his side conclude their preseason schedule with a convincing 3-1 victory over Torino at Anfield on Tuesday evening.
With West Ham visiting Anfield for the Premier League opener on Sunday, Klopp withdrew most of his first string, giving run-outs to the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Adam Lallana, Danny Ings and Marko Grujic, along with another off-season recruit, Xherdan Shaqiri.
From there it looked like Torino could be in a night like the one that befell Napoli in the Aviva Stadium last weekend.
Brazil forward Firmino played the first half, putting Liverpool ahead before setting up midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum for the second goal.
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It was the Egyptian's pressing on the edge of the box which saw him dispossess Tomas Rincon in the build-up to Liverpool's 16th-minute penalty. Salah's driving run across the box teed the striker up for a shot which found the top corner via a deflection.
However, it was Fabinho who perhaps got off to the worst possible start.
Klopp has an nearly irreplaceable front three at his disposal at Liverpool, but should one of them suffer an injury or receive a suspension, the German has little in reserve apart from Ings and Danirl Sturridge.
When the duo came together to provide the latest moment of magic, it was all the Kopites needed to reckon their side are more ready than ever for the Premier League season.
Liverpool, however, beat City three times last season - twice in the two-legged Champions League quarter-final, and their moves in the transfer market should make them serious contenders. Some nice inter-play between Salah and Firmino allowed the Brazilian in for the opening goal of the game.