The 25-year-old scored his 22nd and 23rd goals of the season to help Liverpool come from behind against the Foxes, ensuring that they will occupy a Champions League place at the turn of the year.
Salah's tally across all competitions equals Liverpool's long-standing club-record of goals before the new year - matching Roger Hunt's 1961-62 campaign - but Klopp insists that there is still more to come from the Egyptian.
"Yes, he can keep that standard, for sure. He is still a young player, he can improve," he told reporters.
"It's not about scoring only, it's about other situations as well. He's so important for us but he knows and I know that he couldn't score if he didn't have the fantastic support of all the other boys.
"We played fantastic passes. Sadio Mane's idea (a back-heel) in the moment before Mo scored the first goal I don't think a lot of people in the stadium saw that it would be an opportunity. That was really important."