The German coach's current contract runs until 2022 – seven years after he took over the Anfield hot-seat.
“The only thing with the seven years is it is pure coincidence," Klopp said.
“When they offered me a contract I did not say: 'Yeah, that will take me to seven.' It looks like a big master plan!
“A lot of people reminded me that when I first came here I signed a three-year contract and I said in four years if we're sat here we probably would have won something. It didn't happen yet.
“Look, both sides – the club and myself – have a wonderful commitment that we really try everything to make the club as successful as possible.
“How long it will take, I have no clue. The position we are now in I am really happy with."
“I felt relief at the time," Klopp said.
“For me, it was the right decision. The gamble in terms of other clubs, I didn't really think about it.
“Over the years I always had offers from different clubs. I wanted to be out for a year. That is a long time in football. You cannot think maybe they do this or that, I didn't think about it.
“We still have good contact. It was the right decision for Dortmund as well and for me 100%."