Liverpool's 2-0 win at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Friday saw it move four points clear of reigning champion Manchester City before Saturday fixtures, ESPN reported.
"Somebody said the last four times, the team who was first in the table at Christmas won the league, but was it ever such a tight race?" Klopp said at a news conference.
"If you want to do the headline 'Klopp says you need 105 points to become champion' then do it, but we don't think about it.
"I didn't think before, and I don't think about it after. I just try to answer in a polite way."
Mohamed Salah opened the scoring at Molineux with a clinical finish in the 18th minute before Virgil van Dijk scored his second goal for Liverpool later in the second half.
"Very mature," Klopp said of Liverpool's performance. "Such a difficult game to play, because all the things we want to do, everything you usually do, you take a bit of a risk. Especially with the rain tonight, heavy rain, it made it a little bit more complicated.
"The best thing to do to stay in charge of the game is to keep the ball. We did that in the first half an hour and in the second half – the last 15 minutes of the first half we had a little break and they immediately fired the ball from right to left or left to right, and then you have to run like crazy. It's a good decision to stay in charge of the game, and second half we could do that again.
"Both goals really were nothing to do with what we did in the game. We were really quick in mind around two set pieces which was brilliant.
"Good game, deserved win at a difficult place. All good."