Klopp negotiated a new contract until 2016, but he has reaffirmed his commitment to the Bundesliga outfit by signing a new two-year extension, along with his assistant Zeljko Buvac.
"It's an honour when one or two other top clubs think that you're doing a good job, but to be perfectly honest, I'm not the kind of person who constantly wonders whether the grass may be greener elsewhere," he said.
"It's no cliche when I say that it's always important in life to be in the right place at the right time, and for me, Dortmund is the perfect place to be."
Klopp says that, despite winning two Bundesliga titles and leading the club to the final of the Champions League last season, he still has some unfinished business.
"We've written an exciting chapter in our history here - maybe the most exciting and emotional one in recent years," he said.
"I just don't have the feeling that I have to pen the last chapter right now."
And if a club were to come calling, trying to tempt him to write that conclusion and open up a new book, Klopp has told them they would be wasting their time.
"I'm honoured by any interest, but I'm under contract with Dortmund until 2018 and they can save themselves the call until then," he said.
"I stick to contract, even if that may come as a surprise to one or two people in this business.
"So thank you, but no chance."
Those last few words were spoken in English, alluding to reported interest from Premier League clubs.
Klopp has made no secret that he would be able to earn more money in England - or in China or Russia for that matter - but his decision to sign a new deal on Wednesday confirmed that money is not his motivation.
"Since you should never separate that which belongs together, we've extended the contract of our head coach and his team once again," said the club's general manager Hans-Joachim Watzke.
"Jurgen and his coaches are top-quality experts and they are loyal, honest and authentic above anything else.
"We know that we have in this team and there could be nobody who fits in with Dortmund and our philosophy better.
Klopp, who has reportedly been a target for a number of high-profile European clubs, took charge of Dortmund in 2008 and led them to the Bundesliga title three seasons later.
A year later they went one better by winning a domestic league and cup double.
Last season they finished runners-up to Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and were beaten by the Bavarians in the final of the Champions League.
This term they are a point behind Pep Guardiola's men at the top of the Bundesliga after 10 games of the season.
"He's the perfect coach for Dortmund," said the club's director of sport Michael Zorc.
Is it just me who finds Klopp very irritating? He's what I imagine would be the end result if Steven Marchant and Ian Holloway decided to have a baby together.- unitedroad