Liverpool have started to show some real improvement under Jurgen Klopp, and Danny Murphy told talkSPORT that he has heard only great things about training sessions under the German head coach.
The former Liverpool midfielder said: “He’s infectious, he works hard and he gets the players playing for him. Apparently training is great; the lads have been enjoying training, so I’ve been told. He’s got a smile on his face and the players seem to be responding to him. For me, he is brilliant.”
Klopp is known for his attitude and enthusiasm as a head coach, and he was the perfect man to replace Brendan Rodgers and the stale atmosphere that had enveloped Anfield.
He has already livened things up on the field of play, and his players appear happier under his tutelage than they were under Rodgers, and Murphy has admitted that he has been told that the players love training under Klopp.
He wants Liverpool to play an exciting brand of football which involves his players keeping the ball on the ground and attacking consistently, and any top level footballer wants to be part of this sort of system.
Aside from all the improvements on the field of play, results have now started to pick up under Klopp’s guidance, with Liverpool winning their last two games, and securing an impressive victory over Chelsea at the weekend.
Things appear to be on the up at Anfield, and according to Murphy, the players are well aware of this fact, and are actively responding to Klopp’s work in a positive fashion.