Ojo, who is currently on a season-long loan spell at Wolves, briefly returned to Melwood during the international break to catch up with Klopp and heed some advice.
Speaking to the club’s official website on his ambitions while working under the German coach, Ojo said: “He seems like a really nice manager and he wants to help all of the players
"He’s just said to me to keep my head down, keep working hard and obviously we’ll just see what the future holds. I think he’s come to see me a couple of times which is nice to hear.”
"With the right guidance I think I can do well in this team. I’m still learning and I’m still young so I’ll just see how it goes and see what the manager wants me to do."
The 18-year-old winger has featured in 14 Championship matches this season, scoring two goals and adding a further three assists as Wolves currently sit in mid-table.
The Championship is a good stepping stone for youngsters looking to break through at Liverpool, with Andre Wisdom and Jordon Ibe both enjoying positive spells on loan at Derby County.
Ojo can be described as a direct winger with bags of pace. While question marks have often been raised over his physicality, the Championship provides a stern test and will most certainly aid his development.
On his return to Molineux, the Reds loan star will be hoping to help the West Midlands team get back on track with victory over last season’s play-off semi-finalists Ipswich Town.