The Reds have been partying since they were confirmed Premier League champions on Thursday night, when Chelsea’s 2-1 victory over Manchester City meant their 86-point total couldn’t be hauled in.
But Klopp says his manne are far from klaar after wrapping up the title with a league record of seven games to play.
They no aim to eclipse City’s record 100-point 2017-18 season.
And if they win all their remaining games, they will reach 107 points and smash another City record of 32 victories in a campaign.
Klopp tells CNN: “These boys will not stop throwing their soul on the pitch, 100 percent. They see the chance for a points record.
“For me, it’s important that we improve and for me, it’s important that we show consistency still and for me, it’s important that nobody wants to play us.”
While the Reds will have to wait until their final game of the season to get their hands on the league trophy, they have been promised a guard of honour by outgoing champs City when they meet in the league at Eastlands on Thursday.
City boss Pep Guardiola says: “We are going to do the guard of honour... because they deserve it.”