Loris Karius, Liverpool goalkeeper, says that "it makes no sense" of leaving Anfield this season as he believes that he will impress Klopp next season.
The 26-year-old German player is back on Merseyside after terminating his two-year contract at Turkish side Besiktas last month.
The goalkeeper has not played for Liverpool after his disastrous performance at the Champion League final against Real Madrid in May 2018.
However, Karius still believes that his future is with Liverpool and he has no intentions of leaving Klopp's side.
"I will have to be playing if I actually change clubs," Karius told Transfermarkt.
"It makes no sense to say I'm leaving Liverpool for a worse club and I'm only the number two there.
"I'm not in a pressured situation at all, I don't have to change - as the second goalkeeper in England you know that you get chances.
"I am currently at the best club in the world, who are competing for titles, and I have the highest level around me every day in training.
"I am fully aware that I am in a good position to be at Liverpool. I have great conditions there."
Loris Karius has spent almost two years with the Turkish club Besiktas and to be honest he impressed with his performances.
However, it did not take long before his abilities were questioned again as he made another mistake against Malmo in the Europa League in October 2018.
After the 3-2 win over Konyaspor last March, Besiktas boss Senol Gunes questioned the Karius' motivation as he has pretty unconvincing performance.