The Liverpool manager spoke out as he fielded questions on his side’s propensity to slip up against teams perceived to be weaker then themselves.
Liverpool’s only defeat this season has been the insipid 2-0 loss at Burnley, while the likes of Arsenal, Leicester and Chelsea have all been beaten.
Klopp maintained his side’s attitude was not a problem, while suggesting the Anfield crowd had their part to play in not expecting a walk-over against Hull on Saturday.
But he believes a sense of “anger” in Liverpool’s display will be crucial to their prospects of beating Hull.
“We feel good, we feel strong and we love to work together,” said Klopp. “We need to be ready for each game, maximum concentrated, greedy, kind of angry, all of that stuff you need at the highest level in sport