“We saw in the last period how Man United made a step forward.
“Tottenham are going to recover a lot of injured players, with Son, Harry Kane and other players and with an experienced manager like [Jose] Mourinho they are always going to be strong.
“Arsenal with more time with Mikel [Arteta] is going to happen – and Leicester you know.
“Every season the teams are stronger and stronger and it will be more difficult. When we retained the title we were the first for ten years so you know how difficult it is to do that but at the same time it’s next season and I’m not thinking too much about this.”
Liverpool boss Klopp was driven to tears in an emotional post-match interview on Sky Sports and said: “I have no words, it’s unbelievable.
“It’s much more than I ever thought would be possible, becoming champion with this club is absolutely incredible.
“It’s an incredible achievement from my players, what they did over the last three years is just exceptional. A pure joy for me to coach them.
“My coaching staff, I couldn’t be more proud of what they did in the last years, what all the people of Liverpool did.
“It’s just a really exciting ride, from the first day I arrived, and it’s not over yet, that’s the good thing.
“The team is downstairs, we obviously watched the game together, they all looked like they have a few good years together, so we should try.
“But for tonight, we will just enjoy this moment and it’s the best thing I can imagine. It’s more than I ever dreamed of, to be honest.”