With fourth-placed Chelsea high on confidence after adding a Champions League final to next weekend's FA Cup final, the chances of catching them look remote as they hold a seven-point advantage, having played one match more.
Klopp admits the task is difficult, although not impossible, one but the prospect of Europa League football next season would not see the 2019 European champions sulking.
"We are not kids in a candy shop who are not getting the candies," he said.
"We are responsible for the situation we are in and nobody will watch next season's Champions League and lie in front of the television and cry if we are not involved.
"If somebody would struggle with that, hopefully I would realise and I could solve that situation early. I am pretty sure I would recognise it early.
"We still have a chance for the Champions League and we have to be concentrated on that.
"Some people obviously think we don't have a chance any more so we should already write the season off."
Klopp is optimistic that next season, when his raft of key, injured players return to fitness, will see his soon-to-be-ex-Premier League champions bounce back.
He also hopes to see a lift in performances from players like Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Thiago Alcantara and Naby Keita who have disappointed in the current campaign.
"The summer is important for all of us and you can say exactly the same about each player," added Klopp.