The former Mainz trainer believes that playing without any pressure is one of the best feelings in football, but refuses to underestimate Saturday's opponents
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is looking forward to his side's final Bundesliga game of the season against Freiburg as he believes there will be no pressure on his side.
BVB have already won the German top flight for the second consecutive campaign and can break the all-time Bundesliga points total if they win on Saturday.
With the title in the bag, Klopp is looking forward to the match, but he is refusing to underestimate their opponents, whom he thinks will be determined to get a positive result versus the league winners.
"I'm looking forward to this game as it will only be about who is more eager to win. What is nicer in sports than not having to worry about losing?" told reporters in his pre-match press conference.
"Freiburg will soak up everything that is happening here and build up a huge appetite to go out and play a great game of football. And we need to be prepared for this if we want to keep the three points."
Dortmund are currently on 78 points and kick-off versus Freiburg at 15.30CET on Saturday.