The Reds will welcome Crystal Palace to Anfield on Sunday with a victory enough to seal a place in the Uefa Champions League, the victory over Burnley put them in the driving seat ahead of Leicester City.
“We just found stability, created confidence again or got it back, and scored goals in the right moments and conceded less, let me say it like this,” Klopp said on Friday.
“You have to fight for it. I respect Crystal Palace too much, what they want to give Roy in his last game maybe as a manager.”
Liverpool won the Premier League title last season for the first time in 30 years, but they have struggled for consistency this season and also battled with injuries.