The fourth round of the competition will witness a number of high-profile ties, including a London derby between West Ham United and Chelsea, as well as a clash involving enemies Manchester United and Manchester City.
"It's exciting," Klopp told reporters in today's press conference. "It's the first draw I watched live because I saw the game before.
"I was waiting for the draw and then saw West Ham, Chelsea - a little smile to be honest; then Manchester United, City - oh nice, another smile; then a freeze in my face because we got Tottenham! But it's good. I think it's a big boost for the competition.
"When I came here I had to explain why we field strong line-ups and now in the competition it looks like a semi-final each game. It's a big opportunity for all the teams, they all try to go through and you can see this with the line-ups. That's pretty exciting. I am happy about playing at home. When we cannot have European nights, let's take what we can get. It will be fantastic and I am really looking forward to it."
Liverpool secured a 1-1 draw with Spurs when the two teams met at White Hart Lane in the Premier League last month.