That is the view of Germany football expert Raphael Honigstein who says that Klopp is very happy at the club.
He is yet to win a trophy with the Reds since taking the over in 2015 but has transformed the team in that time.
The German won the Bundesliga title on two occasions while manager at Borussia Dortmund.
Liverpool are level on points with Manchester City at the top of the league currently and have a game in hand on the champions.
And Klopp’s charges are through to face Bayern Munich in the last-16 of the Champions League.
Klopp is currently contracted until the summer of 2022 after signing a new six-year contract in July 2016.
And now the journalist and author who wrote ‘Bring the Noise: The Jurgen Klopp story’ believes he will extend his stay on Merseyside.
“Klopp is totally happy at Liverpool and the club is totally happy with him. I think that he will renew his contract beyond 2022,” he said.
“Klopp is totally happy at Liverpool and the club is totally happy with him”
“Regardless of whether [Liverpool] become champions or Champions League winners, he will extend to 99.9 per cent.”
Klopp has been previously linked with Bayern Munich and the Bavarians remain keen on bringing him to the Allianz Arena one day.
“Bayern would have liked Klopp, even in the aftermath and probably still today, he added.
“[If Klopp extends his deal], that does not mean that he will never go to Bayern.
“Klopp says for logical reasons alone, Bayern is one of the best clubs in the world.
“He is flexible and ambitious enough to think about this opportunity if there is another opportunity.”
The 51-year-old was asked back in December whether he thinks he could extend his stay beyond 2022.
“I don’t want to think that far ahead. If you write that already, a lot of people will speak,” he said.
“Everything is good at the moment, but still, ‘Klopp didn’t win anything’.
“I haven’t won anything so that’s part of the truth, we don’t have to think about 2022, it’s a long way to go.
“In the summer, there will be people who say it’s the best time for me to go if we win something because we will never win anything again, there will be other people who say I have to go if we don’t win anything.
“As long as we all enjoy the ride here, and I mean all – from the owners, the players to the supporters, to everyone around the club – we can try it and try it, but at the moment if one of those groups isn’t happy any more, then we shouldn’t stretch it and say ‘come on, try to do it’.
“It’s a good time, and 2022 is a long time so I don’t have to think about it hopefully, everything will be fine and then we can think about that.”