The Reds boss took over from Brendan Rodgers in 2015 and oversaw an era of superb soccer at Anfield.
He led the club to a sixth European triumph in 2019 by beating Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid.
And the following season, he secured Liverpool’s first league title in 30 years.
In addition to those two highlights, Klopp also won the UEFA Super Cup, the Club World Cup and, most recently, the Carabao Cup with a penalty shootout victory over Chelsea last weekend.
But the German wants to leave Merseyside on his own terms and thinks — at the moment — that 2024 is the right time to leave.
He said, “When I talk about a plan, I mean for the future of the club. My future will be OK. I don’t have to plan. I could book at the last minute — let’s put it that way. It’s not a problem.
“The things we do, they’ve been doing for a long, long time. So many things we’ve tried to improve over the years.
“At first, a lot of people thought I was from Germany and we would do what the Germans do, but that’s not the case.
“I had almost 20 years of working in Germany but I never thought, ‘Oh my God! We’re perfect, we should bring all this to other countries!’
“No, just doing the right things, employing the right people in the right positions.
“It doesn’t mean you win the title. It means you have the right people for the right job. That’s what we’re trying to do and these people — a lot of them here right now — will be good.
“It will be fine when it’s after I leave. The plan is 2024, thank you very much.”
Klopp went on to explain that his level of desire will determine whether he continues beyond that.