The Reds head into the game with a three-point advantage over the Tigers, who have slipped to 11th place in the Premier League table despite their fast start to the season.
However, Klopp has warned his team not to underestimate their opponents and the German has called for an "angry" performance on Saturday afternoon.
The 49-year-old told reporters: "We feel good, we feel strong. We need to be angry against Hull - they want our points.
"We need to be maximum concentrated. I think we all can improve - players, coaches, manager. I don't want to say anything about Hull. We don't have to rate the opponent before the game and say 'This one is easy'."
Liverpool have won their last three fixtures in all competitions.