Liverpool striker Divock Origi has hailed Jurgen Klopp's style of management, saying "he's very direct and can show his plan and convince everybody with his ideas" rapidly.
The 20-year-old Belgian, who was signed from Lille in 2014 for £10m, spoke about the qualities the former Dortmund boss possesses.
Origi started as the main striker in Klopp's first game as boss and hit the bar as the Merseysiders sealed a 0-0 draw with Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham at White Hart Lane, however, the Reds striker said the German has a very clear way of doing things.
"The manager has a clear objective and when I was speaking to him prior to that particular game he just told me to give it my all," Origi said as the club's official website quoted.
"Every trainer has his own way of managing and his own methods. The thing I like is that he's very direct and can show his plan and convince everybody with his ideas very quickly.
"That is the one thing that struck me from the start of his training sessions: he is very clear in his way of explaining and his vision.
"I am a player who is quite generous and yes, I try to help the team where I can.
"I hadn't seen those stats [covered 11km] but it is nice to know that I was able to contribute in this way.
"The chance I had with the header early on was frustrating as I was a crossbar's width away from opening my scoring account for Liverpool.
"It was a big day for me and I wanted to show my qualities in a big game against Tottenham Hotspur and the first game of the new manager."