Kane fired 30 goals in the Premier League last season before claiming the World Cup Golden Boot as England reached the semi-finals of Russian Federation 2018.
Some fans have been calling for the talented South American to be given his chance but Klopp pointed to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Andrew Robertson - who were both eased in to first team action when they joined Liverpool - as examples of other players that had to wait their turn.
"I think Andy Robertson is the most improved player I've seen in the last couple of seasons".
A run of three straight wins definitely quietened their critics - with the 3-0 win at Old Trafford being the highlight - but they were beaten 2-1 at Watford a fortnight ago, and they now have something to prove.
The 31-year-old missed Spurs' Premier League game at Watford on 2 September and both of France's matches during the worldwide break.
Mohamed Salah has two Premier League goals so far this season (Picture: Getty Images)When is Tottenham vs Liverpool? It did take two late-ish goals to get the job done though, but it is worth noting that they only lost two Premier League fixtures at Wembley a year ago.
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Only three times have Liverpool won their opening three away league games of a campaign since returning to the top-flight in 1962.
"I'll go for 2-1 Liverpool".
Mauricio Pochettino's men will be among the teams rivalling the Reds for a place in the top four at the end of the season. They wouldn't have conceded a single goal if it wasn't for an Alisson howler, and Virgil Van Dijk has been a rock at the centre of defence.
Liverpool are still looking to win their first ever Premier League trophy and this year may represent their best chance to date.
I think it'll be tough but if they were to go of the Champions League and they had free weeks after Christmas, Saturday-to-Saturday they could be a real threat this season to City.
A standard response from Klopp, who was hardly going to agree with the idea that his team should just forfeit their participation in Europe's biggest club competition, though to be fair Neville's point was more about the practicalities of enforcing Klopp's high energy game repeatedly over a short space of time. I do think they have one over on City.