Klopp took over from Brendan Rodgers earlier in the campaign and has so far experienced an inconsistent season at Anfield, with superb results followed by disappointing lows.
But in recent weeks the Reds have begun to click and their latest 2-0 win over Manchester United in the Europa League has given the club a glimpse of success to come under the German boss.
Speaking to Spanish paper Diario Sport, Stoke ace Bojan feels Klopp’s debut season is going well so far when quizzed on his impact at Anfield, explaining: “Good, he's added a lot of intensity.”
Muniesa went further, adding: "They press a lot. It's what they needed. He's also changed some of the players.”
Liverpool have certainly improved their fitness under Klopp, while their performances in big matches against the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea have been superb.
The players seem to be enjoying the high pressing adopted by the former Borussia Dortmund manager but combining that with a possession-based style against weaker teams has so far faltered.
Losses against Crystal Palace, Watford and Newcastle United have hindered the club’s hopes of a top four spot while home draws against Sunderland and West Bromwich Albion were cases of missed opportunities.
Klopp has plenty of work to do, but there are signs the club is moving in the right direction under his guidance.