"I try in every game to score, to do something different, but I'm happy about the results and about what we have right now".
There are no restrictions as to who might line up against whom, but with Tottenham's ousting at the hands of Juventus, there remain two more English clubs apart from Manchester City who will be relishing the prospect of progressing further.
"Let's see who we will get in the quarter-finals", he added.
The German global impressed in Tuesday's 0-0 draw with Porto in the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie at Anfield as Liverpool advanced with a 5-0 aggregate win. There will be seven other very good teams - maybe four of them will be from England, which doesn't make to easier, to be honest.
The Reds have spent some wild sums on the likes of Virgil Van Dijk and Naby Keita, yet still feel like they are at least several players short of truly competing.
"Probably if you draw away and then win at home it feels maybe different", continued Klopp. "We are doing well in the Premier League and we want that to continue and we are now in the Champions League quarter-final and we want that to continue". I prefer to not play an English team, but I don't care who.
"We are a good team, we can play against the big Spanish teams, and we feel we can be a match for them".
"The season is not over, I have my objectives with Liverpool and I want to concentrate on them".
"Jurgen Klopp has defended Liverpool's transfer spending, and has hinted that the Anfield side will keep shelling out big sums if a player is "a fit".
"Liverpool are definitely one of the teams that can win the competition", he said.