"We could have won these games (against Swansea and West Brom). We can stop thinking about it", he told reporters at a press conference held at Melwood in advance of Tuesday night's visit to face a struggling Huddersfield Town side managed by long-time friend David Wagner, per the Press Association.
Philippe Coutinho left Liverpool earlier this month in a reported €160million move to Barcelona.
Their clash was the only game selected from this weekend's FA Cup fixtures to use VAR to overturn decisions and it was called upon three times just in the first half alone.
However, Klopp said the whole team was responsible, saying: "We could have done better but it is normal when you introduce a new player (Virgil van Dijk) in this situation".
Klopp's side ended City's unbeaten start to the Premier League season with an exhilarating 4-3 win earlier this month, but have slumped to shock losses to Swansea City and West Brom, the latter seeing them knocked out of the FA Cup, since then.
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"Liverpool have lost two games in a row".
"In the long-term, we will do a lot, in the short-term, I don't think so". "They brought some fresh ideas and confidence, they showed up and both had good moments in the game".
Klopp believes Liverpool have to be ready for the "big challenges" in the weeks to come.
"We'll make every possible effort to bring him in".
"As long as the player behaves like Emre does, then I have absolutely nothing to complain about", Klopp continued.
"If there was something it wouldn't help us, Daniel or the other club to talk about it".