Dejan Lovren has signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool that runs until 2021.
Lovren, who is part of Klopp’s first choice central defensive pairing alongside Joel Matip, will bag around £100,000 per week in a new deal.
The Croatian international joined the club from Southampton in July 2014, and has managed to appear 105 times for the Merseyside club in all competitions.
He told Liverpool’s official website: “I think this is one special day for me and my family.
“I think I am the happiest guy [in the world] today, it’s another dream come true. It was always my dream to stay as long as possible at one club that I love – and that is Liverpool.
“After all that happened in the beginning, in the last two seasons I think I’ve done better than in the first season. The club has rewarded me, they believed in me and also the fans, and this is what I respect a lot after everything that happened.
“I am pleased with everything and I just want to stay here as long as possible and be a part of this family for many, many years to come.”