The Liverpool manager says he has already seen good signs during his time at the club.
Klopp took over at Anfield in October and despite a disappointing league finish of eighth place, along with defeats in two cup finals, the Liverpool manager presided over games that showed real signs of progress.
Games on their run to the Europa League final against Manchester United, Borussia Dortmund and Villarreal stick out as do league fixtures against Manchester City, Everton and a home win against champions Leicester City.
Klopp told Goal.com: “There were days last season that no one would have been able to play against us, where nobody would have liked to play against us.
“Everybody forgets the good games of last season because we finished eighth. But that is only one small number of last season. There are other numbers where we were really strong in tough situations.
“When I watch back, I have absolutely no skill for remembering the bad things. I would like that after the new season, we sit and think ‘my god, how amazing!’
“I want us to enjoy a really memorable season in the best way. To take in the good things. To enjoy our development.”
Yes, there were several good performances in certain games from Liverpool last season. During last term it either looked as if the side need major surgery in this summer's transfer window, or just one or two players to improve the team such was the vast contrast in performance level at times.
For every memorable big win last season, there was the humbling defeat to Watford, a home loss to Crystal Palace and leads thrown away against Sunderland and Newcastle United.
As well as being very difficult for the big sides to face, Liverpool need to find a way to become flat track bullies, ensuring that they pick up wins against sides they are heavy favourites to beat. Only then can the season as a whole be the memorable one that Klopp would like to have.
Only time will tell whether the changes made to the squad and the lack of European football will work favourably for the Reds or not this term.