But he left the door open to future moves for Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe or Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.
The Reds boss, who refuses to be inspired by the identity of his transfer targets, admitted; “If we can get one in the future, we’ll see.”
Liverpool are on the verge of winning their first championship title in 30 years and matches are set to resume next month, but continue to look for ways to get stronger.
And they have been continuously linked to Mbappe and Sancho for the past 12 months.
Klopp has already admitted to being a big fan of the pair and would have liked to recover Sancho from Manchester City in 2017 – but they weren’t interested in letting the then untested youngster head to Anfield.
Now, in an interview with beIN Sports, Klopp was asked about future targets – but instead chose to highlight the star power he already had at his disposal.
“Sadio Mane is young enough and Mo Salah is young enough to be part of this group for the next few years.
“I am completely satisfied with the boys I have, but I never thought of others.
“When I’m in a club, so I work with the players I have, I don’t dream of other players.
If we can get one in the future, we will see, but we will make the most of the situation we have. “
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When he insisted more on Liverpool’s ties to European superstars, such as Paris Saint-Germain forward Mbappe and Borussia Dortmund Sancho’s winger, Klopp added: “Look, I can’t answer that kind of questions without creating headlines the next day, I know that’s what I don’t want to do.
“I love them all and there are still a few players. They are all exceptional players.
“The players they are now because of their own attitude, because of their skills and all that.
“I love watching them, but I have no problem never forming one.”