The Reds hosted title chasing Spurs at Anfield on Saturday evening, looking to secure all three points to give their hopes of a top four finish a boost.
They were impressive as well, taking the lead through Philippe Coutinho’s superb opener before Harry Kane levelled the scores with a strike of equal quality.
Klopp’s side had several other chances to win the game though, and their manager was impressed, saying he saw plenty of positives for their future in the display.
"Coutinho is a genius of a player but I don't like how you pick players out. It is a team game,” the Mirror reports him saying.
"I saw a lot of good things today for our future. But we also showed part of our problem. We will find solution to our problems 100 per cent, but it's a wait."
“We played against a very stellar team and we could have won this game. But to see things is satisfying. But to see just a point is not as satisfying but tomorrow it will look better again.”
Klopp will now be hoping his side can recreate this kind of display in the rest of their games this season as they attempt to hunt down the top four.
More so they will need to be at their best in the Europa League, as they take on his former club Borussia Dortmund next week.
The Germans are among the favourites to win the competition this season, and his new side will need to be at the kind of level they were against Spurs to win over two legs.