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The Times claim the was contacted see if he would come on the BBC show last night but he politely declined despite being flattered.
Klopp described the win in the final as the best night of his life as he finally broke his Anfield trophy duck after more than three and a half years at the club.
Goals from Mohamed Salah and Divock Origi got the over the line in a final of very little drama.
Liverpool put the disappointment of missing out on the Premier League title behind them.
After the game, he said: “Did you ever see a team like this, fighting with no fuel in the tank?
“I am so happy for the boys, all these people and my family.
“They suffer for me, they deserve it more than anybody.
“It was an intense season with the most beautiful finish I ever could have imagined.”
Addressing reporters with a beer in his hand later that nigh, he added: “We’ll celebrate together, we’ll have a sensational night.
“I feel mostly relief, relief for my family.
“The last six times we flew on holiday with only a silver medal it didn’t feel too cool.
“Tonight was a big challenge for both teams to deal with the three weeks with no game.
“The final is about the result and tonight the boys showed the resilience we needed. I don’t want to explain why we won it, I only want to enjoy that we won it.”