Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is looking at potential points after winning the Premier League title

German, fresh from celebrate a long-awaited achievement, he knows the Manchester City benchmark of 100 points is close at hand, but admits the list of overcrowded rosters of clubs is particularly challenging.

The Reds have collected 86 points so far and now they have seven games left in which it is possible to break the record – everything that will be played in the space of 25 days.

“It’s incredibly difficult, so we definitely need to make changes and we need to be lucky with everything,” Klopp told CNN Sport. “These guys will not stop throwing their souls on the field, 100%. They see a chance for a record points.

“For me as a coach, it’s my job to make sure we get through that period without huge problems.”

Stay humble

Liverpool fans, who are relieved that the painful wait is finally over, should be excited about what follows for their club, according to Klopp.

The 53-year-old manager says he has wanted Anfield to build a fortress for years and build on what is already one of the best teams to ever play in the division.

Liverpool are now just one win in the title and are retiring with strong rivals Manchester United in 20 league trophies, but Klopp insists the focus has never been on other clubs.

“It’s important to me that we get better and it’s important to me that we still show consistency and it’s important to me that no one wants to play us,” he said.

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“I want to create an atmosphere together with our fans that you can tell your grandmothers [about], I want to see a specific way of football that is emotional, and that is fast, full of activity.

“If you stay modest and ready to progress, we have a chance to win more silver products, but only a chance, because the other teams are still there.”

Emotional celebrations

Klopp and the Liverpool team celebrated their successes together as they watched Chelsea beat Manchester City – and thus present them with a trophy – at a golf course in the city.

The final whistle was greeted by merry scenes as players and coaches danced until the early hours of the morning.

Emotional Klopp, unable to go through some early interviews without crying, confirmed that everyone present was in the same social bubble and said it was important to share such an important occasion.

“I think we would all complain if in the future it was like,‘ I was sitting there alone in my room ’and‘ I was sitting there watching on television, ’” he added.

“It was exceptional for our lives and that’s why I thought it made sense to do it together.”

Fans celebrated Liverpool by winning the title in front of Anfield Stadium.

Klopp praises the people of Liverpool

Klopp’s ability to create an exciting culture around the club testifies to the work he has done since arriving in 2015 and nothing will stop Liverpool fans from stylishly celebrating the title.

Fans ignored police advice and gathered in front of Anfield Stadium on Thursday, setting torches, fireworks and toasting the end with an almighty wait.

“Being here, in this club, where football means a lot to people, is obviously great,” Klopp said.

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“How these people in this club, in the city and our fans in general are coping with the difficulties in life is exceptional.

“How patient they have been over the years, maybe not always, but ever since we were, they have been really patient and appreciated all the steps we have taken.

“They saw the development, they were happy with the development and they gave us time and that’s why we’re here. That’s what made it really special.”

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