After a slow start to the season, Salah failed to score against Chelsea, going closest in the first half when he saw a shot cleared off the line.
He was taken off in the 66th minute, with Liverpool then scoring late through Daniel Sturridge to salvage a 1-1 draw.
Klopp refused to criticise last season’s top scorer Salah, but said: “It was not Mo’s best game of his career, 100 per cent.
“In a game like this constantly in situations he comes in, that makes you a world-class player. You fail, you miss, whatever, that happens.
“He wants to be decisive, he wants to score in these situations. The first ball he missed it was not the right position. The next one he passed. Why? He could’ve finished again.
“It’s like riding a bike. It’s not like you wake up in the morning and you cannot finish any more or cannot ride a bike any more.
“That’s how it is, you only need to work for these moments when it’s clicking. That’s the period he is in, no problem with that, so all good.