But Klopp insists he won't be getting carried away by his side's incredible record-breaking campaign because great teams are not satisfied with just one or two triumphs.
As Liverpool target the FA Cup this weekend, he said: “After our careers, we want to look back and then get mixed up, in what we won and when we won it.
“(When I said it earlier in the season) that was maybe a joke at the time, but it is kind of the idea we have together (now).
“Anyone in the past who looked like they would win something and then stopped never got rewarded in history.
"After the game (against Wolves ) we had these little meetings where I tell the boys what I think. To be honest I had to remind myself (at the end) to say 'Congratulations, the result was outstanding'.
“We have no time to make assessments, we analyse our next opponent and then we go in. It is not that we forget what we have to do better."