The Reds beat Chelsea at the beginning of the season at Stamford Bridge and Klopp reckons it's not their fault the Blues have had an impressive campaign to date with other teams failing to take points from them.
"We’re still close enough to fight for nearly everything," Klopp said.
"Okay, if Chelsea wins then we cannot fight (for the title) but for the rest we can. Let’s judge it when it’s done and not feel already ‘oh my God, again’.
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Who can deal with a run like Chelsea have been on? We played them once and beat them so we’re not responsible for their position
"Who can deal with a run like Chelsea have been on? We played them once and beat them so we’re not responsible for their position."
Liverpool failed to muster a single shot on target in the first half against Swansea on Sunday as his side came in for criticism for their lack of fluency in attack.
But Klopp insists his side are not the only one struggling to find the net.
The German also suggested their Premier League rivals were more fortunate last weekend, with Arsenal scoring a late winning penalty against Burnley and Tottenham being fortunate to take a point from Manchester City
"There are not 15 shots on goal and all that stuff, but which team in this moment has this?" Klopp added.
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"Are Chelsea shooting 20 times on target? No. Arsenal win in the last minute. Tottenham I think had lost already but then came back into the game because Man City didn’t use their chances, didn’t get a penalty and all that stuff.
"It’s not that they all have the most easy moment. We all have the first part of the season in our legs. Who expects now the better football in this moment, after December, the middle of January?
"It makes no sense because you all cope with it. This is what we have to go through. If we were now fresher than in August or September, we would have done everything wrong.
"But we are still good enough to win football games. We didn’t against Swansea, obviously. That’s what we have to change pretty quick."
Liverpool take on Southampton in the second-leg of their EFL Cup semi-final at Anfield tonight (8pm) as they look to overturn a one goal deficit.