The Reds dominated against the struggling Fulham at Anfield, with Liverpool winning 2-0.
Mohamed Salah netted in the first half before Xherdan Shaqiri doubled Liverpool’s lead after half time with a fine volley.
Fulham opted to play an attacking line up, with Calum Chambers also slotting in the middle of midfield ahead of Jean Michael Seri.
And Klopp claims Liverpool were surprised by Fulham’s attacking line up at Anfield.
“In a few moments it was tough. We were surprised by their line up,“ he said.
“I’m completely happy. Apart from scoring more goals.
“It was really good from us. We had to work hard.
“It was clear their approach. [Aleksandar] Mitrovic was outstanding but we played really well.”
Liverpool got lucky against Fulham, with the newly-promoted side having a goal wrongly ruled out for offside.
Aleksandar Mitrovic’s header was chalked off in the first half, however, it seemed the Fulham striker was level with Andrew Robertson.
Fulham’s stars protested to referee Paul Tierney to no avail.
Seconds after the offside call, Liverpool broke on the counter attack with Salah slotting home just before half time.
On Fulham’s offside goal, Klopp added: “I saw the Fulham goal once. Was it offside?
“Against Arsenal we scored a clearer goal and didn’t get it.
“We cannot change it. The reaction was brilliant from us.
“We were a bit lucky but we cannot change it. The reaction was brilliant from my players.
“I have sympathy for [Slavisa] Jokanovic’s situation. I wish him all the best.
“I watched them a lot and they really play football. I think they should stick with him.”
The win takes Liverpool to the top of the Premier League table, with Manchester City and Chelsea to play later on.
City host Manchester United in the derby, with Chelsea facing Everton at Stamford Bridge.
A draw in the Manchester derby would send Pep Guardiola’s side back to the summit of the Premier League.
Liverpool are back in action after the international break, with the Reds travelling to Watford on Saturday 24 November.