Klopp has hit out at the Premier League rule that is likely to see several members of his squad denied a winner's medal.
Since 2012, players have had to feature in at least five league games of a championship-winning season in order to qualify for a medal.
That criteria means that youngsters Curtis Jones, Neco Williams and Harvey Elliott, who have made two appearances apiece, remain at risk of missing out this term.
Klopp said: “I would rather [have them] think about the rule again and make it happen that if you played one game then you should have a medal, to be honest.
“Five games, I don't know who came up with that idea, I hear that for pretty much the first time and I don't think it's a good rule. If people don't understand how important a squad is to win a championship then I cannot help them.
“If you have no game you should get a medal. If you are the second goalie in a team and you have less games then you should have a medal.
“You train five million times over a year and if you don't train at the highest level you have no chance to win a championship. And somebody decided that you need to have five games to get a medal?
“These boys will get a medal 100 per cent, I could lose it by myself. They can have my medal.
“This rule, what is that? We have to win football games, we cannot just give appearances away. They deserve a medal and they will get a medal, if not from the Premier League then from me."