The result means that Liverpool have now gone the entire league season unbeaten at home (the only side in the four top divisions in England to do so), and have kept 17 clean sheets for the first time since the days of Rafa Benitez.
Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino said he is enjoying the best season of his career at Anfield but remains "restless" ahead of their Champions League final against Real Madrid in Kiev next week.
"It's hard to compare one season directly with another", Klopp said by way of explanation.
"The only thing that we have to do is play our own game and not be nervous".
"So a fantastic achievement from the boys, a really, really nice performance over the whole season". We would have picked up more Premier League points this season had we not been involved in the later stages of the Champions League.
There was good news on the injury front for Los Blancos as per Marca, both Cristiano Ronaldo and Dani Carvajal will be given the all clear to resume training with their teammates this week, joining Isco in recovering from setbacks after he featured against Celta Vigo last weekend.
Salah struck the opening goal in the final-day victory to become the first player to score 32 goals in a 38-game Premier League season.
"You don't look at the past and say that "we scored a lot of goals so we're going to create them also against them".
"So it's really hard to stay focused, and he is focused".
"He played this season, which was outstanding, but he's young enough, and has enough potential to improve still".
"So there's still work to do, and I'm really happy about that".
The Reds started off with a qualifier in August against Hoffenheim and after seeing off Manchester City in the quarter-finals and then Roma, including a nervy second leg defeat in the Stadio Olimpico, they have a meeting with defending champions Real Madrid on May 26.
'I have no idea of numbers now because obviously it's hard to score that many goals otherwise other people would have done it already. "I am looking forward to the competition again next year", said Kane, who was pilloried on social media for claiming a goal off teammate Christian Eriksen at Stoke last month in his quest to catch Salah.