Liverpool made it six wins on the spin with a 3-1 victory over West Ham on Sunday.
The match at Anfield had banana skin potential given the Hammers strong recent form, but despite Jarrod Bowen's first-half equaliser, the Reds secured all three points in relative comfort.
The next stretch of the season could be crucial though, with tough-looking games coming thick and fast as the temperatures continue to drop and the days shorten.
Here's what Liverpool face in their next five fixtures.
Liverpool vs Leicester – Carabao Cup (27/09)
The Reds begin their domestic cup campaign with the third round of the Carabao Cup at Anfield this Wednesday.
Expect changes aplenty for this one, with Klopp surely prioritising the weekend action.
Liverpool vs Leicester City, 19:45 BST, 27/09
Tottenham vs Liverpool – Premier League (30/09)
Perhaps the biggest test of the season so far, Liverpool end the month of September with a trip to London for a date with Ange Postecoglou's unbeaten Spurs.
Having already gone to Newcastle and won (with ten men), Klopp and co can be confident of a result at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, though it won't come easy.
Spurs haven't beaten Liverpool in any competition since 2017, with the Reds winning nine of the last 12 meetings (including the 2019 Champions League final, of course).
Tottenham Hotspur vs Liverpool, 17:30 BST, 30/09
Liverpool vs Union Saint-Gilloise – Europa League
Having kicked off their Europa League campaign with a win away at LASK, Liverpool play their first game at home in the competition since May 2016 (when Roberto Firmino spun Roberto Soldado in the 3-0 semi final win over Villarreal), as they welcome Belgian side Union SG to Anfield.
Klopp has promised strong lineups in Europe, but changes are to be expected, with this fixture sandwiched between two tough away days in the Premier League.
Liverpool vs Union Saint-Gilloise, 20:00 BST, 5/10
Brighton vs Liverpool – Premier League
Rounding off a challenging set of four games in 12 days before the next international break, Liverpool go to high-flying Brighton for a Sunday showdown.
An out-of-character defeat to West Ham aside, Roberto De Zerbi's side have been practically flawless in the league this season, while the Seagulls have beaten Liverpool in their last two meetings.
Klopp and Liverpool fans can perhaps take some hope from the fact that Brighton face a testing away trip to Marseille three days prior, while the Reds are at home in their own Europa League outing.
Brighton & Hove Albion vs Liverpool, 14:00 BST, 8/10
Liverpool vs Everton – Premier League
Whether it will be a helpful break or a momentum wrecker remains to be seen, but Liverpool will have 13 days between the trip to Brighton and the first Merseyside Derby of 2023/24.
It is hoped that this fixture will mark the first time Liverpool have Anfield at full capacity following the delayed expansion work.
Liverpool vs Everton, 12:30 BST, 21/10