The goalkeeper has praised his new manager's 'simple' style for making life easy for the side.
The Hungary international arrived at the club in the summer on a free transfer from Bolton Wanderers, where he was number one, but is currently filling back-up duties at Anfield behind first choice Simon Mignolet.
He has only managed two appearances in the first-team so far this season, both of them coming in the Capital One Cup, with Belgian shot-stopper Mignolet having been preferred in both the league and Europe.
But Bogdan says he is looking to impress should he be given the chance to do so by Klopp.
"I know what I need to do on the training ground, what things I need to improve," he told liverpoolfc.com.
"The way I stay patient is because I had a chance to play and the main thing is that I'm hoping that gets me another chance. I need to do my job and once the chance comes just try to take it."
It has been a period of upheaval at Anfield, with Bogdan and his teammates having had to adapt to a change of style in the last month, with Brendan Rodgers being replaced by Klopp.
The two managers have very contrasting styles, with the German’s friendly nature and general enthusiasm having already been lauded by several members of the Reds squad.
And Bogdan says the manager’s to the point nature is making things easy for the side as they adapt to the new regime.
"The way he wants to play is pretty simple and, like I said, he's straight to the point,” he added.
"He's the same character, he's open, very straight to the point, he has nothing to hide and I think that comes through. He shows you on the clips where you should be or what you should have done better and that's it.”