Liverpool's Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho (CL), Liverpool's English midfielder Adam Lallana (CR) and teammates celebrate their third goal during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Liverpool at The London Stadium, in east London on May 14, 2017.
The rout was completed by Divock Origi, who stabbed the ball home after West Ham failed to clear.
Coutinho will be expecting to start for Liverpool when the Reds take on Middlesbrough in their final game of the season at Anfield on Sunday.
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It turned out to be an emphatic victory at West Ham, who just one week before had beaten London rivals Tottenham to all-but end the club's hopes of catching leaders Chelsea.
Klopp was delighted with his team's performance against a below-par West Ham side, crediting Andre Ayew's miss late in the first half - the forward somehow hit the post twice from close range - as a key moment.
After a stumble last week against Southampton - a game in which they could barely create a chance - the Liverpool attack were back at full throttle in the capital on Sunday. "We know the situation and no one will underestimate the next game".
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"Part of our life is to handle pressure - to ignore the bad part of pressure and use the good part of pressure". "The first sentence the players said [back] in the dressing room was "one more time, one more game", said Klopp.
The German added that after the Hammers "couldn't score", his side "controlled the game" and "scored the goal and we had another big chance with the header". "But counting points before you have them is really silly, so we will not do this", said Klopp. You only have to look at the teamsheet and it had goals, creative players, it had everything really, and I felt we trusted that, we trusted our ability.
Coutinho assisted the opener, which was scored by Sturridge, before scoring a brace of his own and Origi capped the riot, with the fourth goal of the match.
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"We were too open for our liking and they have good quality players and a lot of speed".