Sunday’s 3-1 victory over champions Manchester City made it 34 points from a possible 36 to establish an eight-point gap over Leicester and Chelsea, with Pep Guardiola’s fourth-placed side a further point behind.
During that run, Liverpool have faced all their so-called ‘big six’ rivals – including the Foxes. In contrast, City have only played the Reds and Tottenham.
“It’s just the start, that’s how it is, everybody knows that,” Klopp told his club’s website.
“If you would have told me that you can have 34 points [at this stage of the season], wow! It’s pretty much impossible but we did it.”
Liverpool face a packed schedule following the next two weeks of international fixtures, including their the Club World Cup in Qatar in December.