The Liverpool coach expressed his happiness with his team’s unbeaten streak, describing his streak as “crazy”.
The Reds beat close rivals Everton 2-0 on Sunday to extend their run to 14 games unbeaten in the Premier League to reduce the gap between them and Man City to one point.
Speaking to the BBC after the match, the German said: “The amount of victories we’ve had in recent months is insane. You have to work. The boys have done it again. I’m really happy.”
In the match against Everton, Klopp added: “Thank God, the match consists of two halves. We did not play particularly well in the first half. They made it uncomfortable but we did not go behind the last streak. We did not play well. She has enough movement.”
“We weren’t fast enough. We passed the ball into the area where there were nine players. In the second half we were more direct and caused more problems.
Liverpool are still in contention for four titles, with the Champions League semi-finals and the FA Cup final.
The Reds have now racked up 13 wins in 15 league games since losing to Leicester just after Christmas with a stellar streak including beating Pep Guardiola City in the FA Cup semi-finals and Benfica in two Champions League quarter-final matches.