Liverpool travel to Newcastle United on Sunday and Klopp has a nice selection headache.
The Reds are currently flying under the German’s leadership, with a 6-1 demolition of Southampton in midweek one of the most impressive results of his reign so far.
He now has a squad full of confidence at his disposal, with the impressive win over the Saints featuring big performances from several of his squad players, such as hat-trick hero Divock Origi.
And Redknapp says that is now the biggest problem facing the manager; who he decides to leave out of his first choice eleven.
“Jurgen Klopp’s biggest problem is what eleven he’s going to pick,” he told Sky Sports.
“Everybody is in such good form. Origi scored a hattrick and won’t play on Sunday, if you score a hattrick you’re usually guaranteed to play.”
That selection issue will be a big one for Klopp this afternoon, with him having to decide who will feature against Newcastle today.
The Reds will be keen to continue their current find form against the Magpies, with a place in Europe firmly in their grasp this season.
They sit sixth in the table with 23 points, just two points behind Tottenham in fifth and crucially just four points behind Arsenal in fourth.