Although a No 10 of Fekir's calibre remains on the wishlist, Klopp says the focus will be on developing a team "100 per cent at its best" in the away win over Bayern Munich that earned a Champions League quarter-final with Porto.
The semi-finals will then see either Tottenham or City face Ajax or Juventus, and United or Barcelona play Liverpool or Porto. "Our adversaries deserve to be here, they eliminated Real Madrid and that was no joke".
Spurs host City in the first leg on April 9th with the return fixture (April 17th) a week after.
That allowed Klopp the opportunity to rest key players for the second leg at Anfield which ended in a goalless draw.More news: Australian senator blames immigrants for mosque attacks
Both superstars played their part this week in ensuring their respective clubs were actually in the draw, where Juventus were paired with Ajax and Barcelona drawn against Manchester United. Those games also start at 3 p.m.
"I think it might be a step too far to go and win the Champions League this season".
"When I spoke with my chairman, CEO, sporting director, the people here working know, and they give credit for what we have done in the last two seasons". The Champions League hasn't had a different victor since Barcelona claimed the title in 2015.More news: Italy outraged as court finds victim too ugly to be raped
Liverpool's last Champions League title came in 2005.
FC Porto, who won the competition in 2004 under Jose Mourinho, are confident they can spring an upset after last year's mauling.
The Blues have a chance to move within a single point of Tottenham for third-place if they can defeat Everton on the road, and the Reds can surpass Man City at the top of the league by defeating Fulham.More news: Some details you should know about Chronic Kidney Disease