City were crowned champions with 100 points last season and Klopp expects that the standards being set this season mean a landmark haul may be required.
Over the last decade, eight of the ten festive table-toppers have gone on to win the title.
"Of course the boss tries to give us the maths and to give us one direction to follow, and we are trying to get the points to be there and fighting for the title, not just for the top four".
"You will probably need 105 to be champions at the end of the season, you don't know", he said.
"It was clear that the whole game would be hard", Klopp said to BBC Sport after Salah starred at a wet Molineux. Exceptional. It wasn't ever such a tight race.
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It was far from a vintage performance from Liverpool despite going into the break ahead, but they looked far more comfortable in the second half and nearly doubled their lead within three minutes of the restart when Salah's half-volley flew over the bar.
City can reduce the gap back to a point with a win over Crystal Palace at the Etihad Stadium later on Saturday, but Juergen Klopp's unbeaten side will now enjoy their Christmas dinner perched in first place.
It's distinctly possible if Liverpool's two signature players keep performing. We did that in the first half an hour and in the second half - the last 15 minutes of the first half we had a little break and they immediately fired the ball from right to left or left to right, and then you have to run like insane.
Salah opened the scoring against Wolves in style.
Defender Virgil Van Dijk then added another in the second-half and completed a professional performance.
The Reds pushed for a second and Rui Patricio saved well from James Milner but there were chances for Wolves, too, with Alisson forced to save from Jonny Castro Otto. Klopp, however, believes that Liverpool may need to improve on that record in the second half of a season that he described as "exceptional".