Klopp also said that it was good for German football that a vastly successful coach such as Pep Guardiola would decide to manage in the country.
"We have a bow and arrow, and if we aim exactly right, we can strike," he told the Welt am Sonntag. "It feels like Bayern have a bazooka, so the chances of them striking are much higher. But still, that was how Robin Hood succeeded.
"The way [Guardiola] had his team playing in Barcelona was simply fantastic and he's a real role model. Now he's at a new club and the first impression is that everything fits. In the past if you wanted to become a great coach, you went abroad. Now someone like Guardiola has come to Germany."
Dortmund saw Bayern lift the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and Champions League last season.