The Reds have reached what their manager considers to be "a massive number" in terms of finding the target in just 148 games.
Klopp's side, meanwhile, are enjoying a 10-point margin over the fifth-placed reigning Premier League champions as they continue to sit third in the table.
The Egypt global was once again on target on Saturday afternoon as he netted the Reds' second goal to help Liverpool FC wrap up a 3-0 win over Bournemouth. It's about creating moments and knowing to use them.
"We scored a lot of goals before but nobody was really happy about not having clean sheets because it makes winning quite hard". You see the games, you see the performances. Now he had to deliver and he has delivered; he delivered a really good game.
Lucas Vazquez is the man Klopp is said to have indentified and the Liverpool manager likes him for his "ambition, desire to defend, and his frenetic speed".
"I know the reason is we come here together to win things but I think the way you try to do it is important". You cannot be successful without playing good football, you cannot be the best side in the world, have the best players, and yeah you can play defensive football - that's possible.
They are back in the hunt for European honours this season, with the Champions League semi-final draw having paired them with Serie A side Roma. I was not too happy with Wednesday/Tuesday in the Champions League [against Manchester City].