The German trainer has urged his side to bounce back from last weekend's setback against Stuttgart but noted it will not find the three points gift-wrapped
The Bundesliga champions suffered a setback in the race for the title last week as a nail-biting 4-4 draw against Stuttgart allowed Bayern Munich to draw to within three points of the Bundesliga summit.
However, Klopp insists his players will not succumb to the pressure on their shoulders and called on the team to put in a good display on Saturday.
"We have been training well during the week and I am sure that the last two practice sessions will be quite good as well," Klopp told Der Westen. "Then we will have a look at whom we have at our disposal, build our team, go to Wolfsburg and send out a sign."
The 44-year-old coach then warned Dortmund against the threat posed by Felix Magath's men, who head into Saturday's game on the back of a four-game winning streak.
"Wolfsburg are on their way into European business," Klopp noted. "They looked much different before the winter break. Now they are a stable side and that makes this a difficult task for us. But then again we do not have easy tasks. One difficult task is followed by another."
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