And the Reds, who are coming off the back of beating neighbours Everton thanks to an injury-time goal from Sadio Mane, face Stoke on Boxing Day at Anfield looking to keep the pressure on Antonio Conte's side.
The Reds have only lost twice all season but are now missing the influential Philippe Coutinho as they prepare for the first of their two home games before the end of the year.
Striker Daniel Sturridge has not fully recovered from a calf injury and defender Joel Matip is nursing an injured ankle while midfielder Philippe Coutinho (ankle) is unlikely to be fit for the visit of Manchester City on 31 December, Klopp said.
Before yesterday's round of matches, Liverpool were only six points behind the leaders Chelsea, who visit Anfield at the end of next month.
"We are quite sensitive with this", said Klopp.
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"I am pretty sure that until now Chelsea are maybe the team that have had the most luck with injuries", he continued.
Speaking to Sky Sports about Liverpool's involvement in the title race ahead of their home clash against Stoke City on Tuesday evening, Redknapp highlighted the importance of securing a place at Europe's top table. Our live coverage lets you follow all the key moments as they happen. We are not the best-paying club in the world, but we can pay enough to stay.
"We have a big bunch of wonderful experiences together and that makes us all stronger. It's what we always do, but what I can say is we don't want to convince players with money, we want to convince them with the way we go", the German coach explained.
"As professionals we want to test ourselves against the very best players, and over the next week or so we will certainly get to do that", he told the clubs official website. "It is hard but not impossible and as long as it is not impossible I am ready to fight".
"Do I think Liverpool can do it?" The only thing I spoke one or two times about is the second game two days later, 44 hours. Then you have to go out and play two games within 44 hours. We accepted it a long time ago, it is nothing.