The Reds captain has discussed the subtle changes since the £16 million signing's arrival at Anfield.
The 34-year-old admits the club will have to look after the Italian, who recently joined the Reds for a £16 million fee, but says they have not yet seen too much of his 'character.'
Balotelli has, however, already changed the dressing room in a few 'minor' ways, according to Gerrard, such as playing a different type of music to most of the current Liverpool players!
“We know what type of character he is and that needs a bit of support but he belongs to us now so it’s up to me, the players and the staff to look after him and make sure we give him a platform to perform," Gerrard told Sky Sports News.
“We’ve not had too much of his character yet – only a few minor changes in the dressing room, like the music changing and a few little alterations we’ve had to make. But we’re fine [with the way he is].
“I’m looking forward to seeing what reaction he gets from the Liverpool supporters because, for me, they’re the best in the world.”
Balotelli could be in line to start for Liverpool at Tottenham on Sunday, having not been registered in time to feature during the Reds' 3-1 defeat at Manchester City on Monday.
Brendan Rodgers' side won their Premier League opener against Southampton, meaning they have amassed three points from their opening two games.