Klopp has been in charge of the Reds for almost a month now, presiding over three draws and two victories in all competitions during his opening five games in charge.
There appears a surge of positivity growing around Anfield and speaking from a personal perspective, Ibe admits he is already feeling the benefits of Klopp’s regime.
“There is a lot of learning in training. There are times when we are watching and he is explaining something. It's great to learn and I'm enjoying it,” Ibe said.
"Everything is fresh. I feel like a new player and it's for me to keep improving and trying to stand out in training. I feel good - the whole team are feeling great and fresh.”
"We've won two games, so it's still new. We just need to win a few more now and I am sure that mentality and confidence will come where we think, 'We can go there and beat them.'"
Following a successful loan spell at Derby County last season, Ibe was brought back early by former boss Brendan Rodgers and immediately featured in a Merseyside derby draw at Everton.
He made a total of 12 appearances in the Premier League last season, and that figure could be bettered this year with the 19-year-old having already featured in eight top-flight matches.
Ibe’s style of play seems to sit well with Klopp’s preference for energetic, high-pressing football and with a little more tactical discipline, he could soon earn himself a regular starting berth.