The German boss led the Reds to their first league title in over 30 years last season in an emphatic campaign in which they amassed 99 points.
After spending over £200 million on transfers this summer, the Blues themselves will be hoping to challenge Liverpool for their Premier League crown.
While it looked quiet for the Merseyside club on the transfer front for the majority of the summer, they wrapped up deals for Bayern Munich’s Thiago and Wolves’ Diogo Jota this week.
Klopp, who also achieved greatness during his time managing Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga, will be looking to repeat his sustained success in the Premier League.
After their narrow 4-3 win over Leeds United on the opening day, the Reds travel to Stamford Bridge on Sunday, and new recruit Havertz warned the west London club over the burning desire of Klopp for more titles.
‘I think he is hungry and he wants to win more titles and that’s the reason why we need to play our best football on Sunday afternoon.’
The German playmaker completed a £70 million move to Stamford Bridge from Bayer Leverkusen and admitted that it was a straightforward choice for him to join Chelsea.
‘The coach had a big impact on my decision,’ Havertz added. ‘I loved Chelsea my whole life and I always loved the team as a kid, so it was not a very tough decision for me.
‘Chelsea is a very big club and I’m very grateful and thankful to be here now. It’s a big project here and I love to play with young players.’