Klopp arrived at Anfield back in 2015.
England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has saluted Jurgen Klopp, who arrived at Liverpool back in 2015, and also said his boss is exactly the same on and of the Anfield sidelines.
Oxlade-Chamberlain described the Reds manager Klopp as "nuts" adding that he is also a ‘good coach’ who is ‘funny’ and ‘passionate’.
When asked on BBC's Football Focus to finish the sentence, "Jurgen Klopp is...", the midfielder opted for "nuts".
He explained ahead of their clash against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge: "Jurgen Klopp is what you see on the TV screen. Passionate, funny, charismatic and a good coach."
Liverpool sit top of the Premier League and have lost just one of their last 44 league matches, securing an extraordinary 115 points from a possible 132.