The Reds manager says he was upset after being eliminated from his team in the Champions League final to Real Madrid in May.
The loss occurred a week following the time his team were narrowly beat in the race for victory in the Premier League title by Manchester City in just a single day.
Jurgen Klopp says it is not logical to be focusing on the mistakes of last season as he gets ready for the beginning of another season with Liverpool.
His focus now is on the forthcoming season, which starts this Saturday when the Merseysiders take on City to win the Community Shield at Leicester's King Power Stadium.
"It took me a day and then we had a parade in Liverpool and I was fine with everything," said Klopp whose team enjoyed FA Cup and Carabao Cup victories to commemorate.
"We were aware, of course, that it was a close call. If you're not lucky, in certain moments, these events (happen). This is part of the game and we're willing to accept the rules.
"One point more is sufficient after 38 matchdays. one goal is more than enough to win a football game. We are also aware of that which is why it was not a big deal for me.
"What did I conclude from the final season? don't think it makes much sense to imagine this.
Full steam ahead for Jurgen Klopp after Liverpool's near misses last season