Sadio Mane gave the visitors a first half lead but ex-Liverpool forward Ryan Babel took advantage of a mix-up between Virgil van Dijk and Alisson to equalise for Fulham before James Milner's 80th-minute penalty earned Klopp's men all three points.
The Egyptian is now on a seven-game goalless run and has looked bereft of confidence in front of goal in recent weeks.
Manchester City's schedule in April is hectic, with their FA Cup semi-final now injected into the mix that will also include two Champions League quarter-finals ties against Tottenham and a Premier League match at Old Trafford against Manchester United.
"He is in a really good moment, of course. In football it's sometimes like this", Klopp told Liverpool's website.
"Not that concerned [with Salah's current form], he's still making the right sort of runs, he's still trying to do the things that we saw him do last year", Robson said on the ESPN FC show.
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Klopp added: "He's just rather unlucky, where Sadio is lucky in the moment - he is in brilliant shape, that's true".
"But then, he is in the right shape and maybe a yard away from him is Mo, but somebody else scored; the cross from Robbo [at Fulham], I'm pretty sure Mo would have scored if Gini doesn't get the ball".
Being top of the table with just seven games left to play in the Premier League season is a fantastic position to be in and there is every hope this season could end with a first Liverpool title success since 1990.
Former Premier League star Stewart Robson has insisted he is not concerned about Mohamed Salah's recent goalless run is backing the striker to get amongst the goals again.